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Frank Gore or Toby Gerhart (2015)

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Frank Gore
Frank Gore
IND - RB
 
Toby Gerhart
Toby Gerhart
JAC - RB IR
98%
Expert Pick %
2%
14
ECR
93
7
Best Rank
63
108
Worst Rank
95
9.9
Ave Projection (?)
1.3
98%
Expert Pick %
2%
14
ECR
93
7
Best Rank
63
108
Worst Rank
95
9.9
Ave Projection (?)
1.3
13
Rush Attempts
1
53
Rush Yards
7
0
Rush TDs
0
2
Receptions
1
18
Rec Yards
6
0
Rec TDs
0
158.7
Total Points
81.2
9.9
Ave Points
5.8
6.6
Week 1
7.7
15.5
Week 2
3.7
1.0
Week 3
8.3
24.4
Week 4
9.0
11.8
Week 5
3.9
3.8
Week 6
2.0
Week 7
Week 8
2.3
6.8
Week 9
9.8
15.3
Week 10
0.2
11.4
Week 11
1.6
Week 12
8.0
4.6
Week 13
0.7
6.3
Week 14
5.5
8.9
Week 15
8.3
21.8
Week 16
13.0
16.9
Week 17
0.8
1.2
Ave Targets / Game
1.7
19.0
Total Targets
24.0
0.0
Week 1
2.0
2.0
Week 2
2.0
0.0
Week 3
2.0
2.0
Week 4
1.0
1.0
Week 5
1.0
1.0
Week 6
1.0
Week 7
Week 8
1.0
3.0
Week 9
4.0
1.0
Week 10
0.0
3.0
Week 11
0.0
Week 12
4.0
2.0
Week 13
0.0
0.0
Week 14
3.0
0.0
Week 15
2.0
0.0
Week 16
2.0
3.0
Week 17
0.0
Gore should thrive in Indy with elite pass game to loosen box

- Raju Byfield, Win My Fantasy League

 
The Colts only ran the ball 37.6% in 2014 which was the 6th lowest in 2014. Much of this was due to lackluster Trent Richardson. This season, they bring over Frank Gore from San Francisco who in 2014 faced 8+ defenders in the box more than any Running Back. At age 32, Gore could have a resurgence in fantasy in 2015, making him a decent #2 RB that is currently being drafted in round 3.

- Jeff Boggis, Fantasy Football Empire

 
He just hit the jackpot to produce further in 2015; Indy loves senior RB's and there will be no way he isn't used until the wheels fall off (remember what happened to Ahmad Bradshaw). Gore can catch the ball as well so if you are in a redraft PPR league then Gore is someone who can be drafted with confidence.

- James Hatfield, Hatty Waiver Wire Guru

 
4 straight 1,000 + seasons, expecting an uptick in receptions/TDs in the Colts explosive offense.

- Sablich Brothers, The NY Times

 
If Gore were 25 years old he'd be the #1 back this season, but unfortunately he is 32 years old and that is usually death for running backs. Thankfully he is in an amazing situation and should be able to put up usable numbers with touchdown upside each week as long as he's healthy.

- Chet Gresham, WalterFootball

 
Gore should have low RB2 to high RB3 value in Indy. He will never see eight men in the box with QB Andrew Luck and has the chance to score double-digit touchdowns. The big issue is age, Gore is 32-years old this year and probably cannot handle a 300-carry workload.

- Derek Lofland, Fantasy Football Maniax