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Frank Gore was held out of Saturday's preseason game as the Colts did not give any medical details.

Fantasy Impact: Don't worry. This is just a veteran receiving rest. Gore has only received two touches in the preseason. Boom Herron got the majority of first-team work and is still the handcuff. Gore is in the RB1 conversation and should be a valuable commodity in PPR leagues as he has above-average pass catching skills.

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The NY Times | Sep 2nd
4 straight 1,000 + seasons, expecting an uptick in receptions/TDs in the Colts explosive offense.
FFLockerRoom | Sep 2nd
Gore finally is paired with an elite signal caller. If he can continue to defy father time Gore will be a steal and likely finish as a low-end RB1
Yahoo! Sports | Sep 2nd
Take a featured role in arguably the best offense in the NFL, one that will likely get Gore back into the passing game mix, something he excelled at early in his career
Fantasy Football Maniax | Sep 2nd
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.
Fantasy Football Empire | Sep 1st
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.
Breaking Football | Sep 1st
Gore's best days might be behind him at 32 years old, but Indy finally gets a solid north/south runner. 1k yards and 8 scores are within reach.
Fantasy Couch | Sep 1st
Slightly overrated, but he's in a great offense and could be very effective
FFLockerRoom | Aug 31st
If Frank Gore signs in Indianapolis like is being reported, that is bigger news for Indy than it is for Frank Gore's fantasy value.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 31st
Gore should thrive in Indy with elite pass game to loosen box
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
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.
WalterFootball | Aug 28th
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.
The Fake Football | Aug 14th
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Yahoo! Sports | Jul 31st
Expect C.J. Spiller and Frank Gore to see a lot more action in the receiving game in their new homes.
Fantasy Football Librarian | Jul 22nd
Okay, let's just act like I haven't been missing in fantasy action for a few months now. I don't know about you all, but things have been happening in our world that have kept my mind off fantasy football: we've had to dig up our backyard to replace our lateral sewer pipes; we went on an awesome family vacation to the beach; our toddler is becoming a little person and desperately wants to be just ...