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better options out there than Smith. RUNNING BACKS Start Frank Gore , 49ers vs. Eagles He’s been disappointing both in ..... Week 4. Carlos Hyde, 49ers vs. Eagles While I think Frank Gore makes a nice RB2 option this week, I also like his backup
long run. Blount rumbled for a 73-yard touchdown. Marshawn Lynch had a 31-yard score to seal Seattle's win. Frank Gore 's 39-yard run set up the final score for San Francisco. All three runs came in the fourth quarter. All three teams
offensive touches in his first three seasons, an average of one fumble every 49.9 touches. In his first three years, Frank Gore had 12 fumbles on 828 touches -- that’s one fumble for every 69 touches. And in his first three-plus
we found four possible comparisons who could give us some idea of how Ridley’s career might eventually pan out: Frank Gore : At 5-foot-9 and 215 pounds, he’s shorter and a little more physical than Ridley, but he’s had the sort of
with Ray Lewis (ugh, and you might've thought Bill Clinton or Dick Cheney in the White House was a disgrace) or Frank Gore I promise there won't be a lot of CTE talk. But what we've learned over the last few years about the long-term
three times up the middle and punt series from the 49ers, we were going to see a wrinkle or three from Kaepernick, Frank Gore and LaMichael James. Now, the actual play itself -- a floater over the arms of Danny Woodhead, a lousy throw from
leagues and by all Gio Bernard owners, too, as a seriously high-end handcuff option. Carlos Hyde, 49ers – 60 percent Frank Gore is old. He may not break down, but Hyde already has become the primary goal-line back in San Francisco. He could
you have another option like Andy Dalton or Jake Locker , this is the week to consider using them. RUNNING BACKS Start Frank Gore , 49ers vs. Bears Gore actually looked great last week though he lost an easy score to rookie Carlos Hyde. That could
and I see him getting double-digit carries on most weeks. Hyde also is a good handcuff option for those featuring Frank Gore as their lead back. If Gore goes down, Hyde is going to be an RB1 immediately. Mark Ingram , Saints We are fans of Ingram going
Francisco is going to pound the football and that should include about 15 carries for Hyde, who will be the next man in after Frank Gore . He’ s a reasonable flex option in deeper formats this week. Sit DeAngelo Williams , Panthers at Bucs This
GMs, it’s all good for Kaepernick’s value. This year’s model can easily play without Michael Crabtree , Frank Gore or Vernon Davis if need be. They have the depth. CK currently is the 11th QB being taken, and that makes him a stellar