Who Should I Draft?

Frank Gore or Toby Gerhart (2016)
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Frank Gore
Frank Gore
IND - RB
 
Toby Gerhart
Toby Gerhart
FA - RB
100%
Expert Pick %
0%
23
ECR
N/A
14
Best Rank
N/A
38
Worst Rank
N/A
138.7
Ave Projection (?)
0.0
100%
Expert Pick %
0%
 

No experts recommend Toby Gerhart over Frank Gore

100%
Expert Pick %
0%
23
ECR
N/A
14
Best Rank
N/A
38
Worst Rank
N/A
138.7
Ave Projection (?)
0
199
Rush Attempts
0
787
Rush Yards
0
6
Rush TDs
0
31
Receptions
0
248
Rec Yards
0
1
Rec TDs
0
193.4
Total Points
9.7
12.1
Ave Points
1.9
5.1
Week 1
5.1
Week 2
22.4
Week 3
1.0
11.7
Week 4
-0.2
15.8
Week 5
0.2
11.4
Week 6
7.9
12.5
Week 7
0.8
12.2
Week 8
17.2
Week 9
BYE
Week 10
11.0
Week 11
5.7
Week 12
18.4
Week 13
6.9
Week 14
6.9
Week 15
23.5
Week 16
7.6
Week 17
3.6
Ave Targets / Game
1.0
58.0
Total Targets
5.0
3.0
Week 1
1.0
Week 2
2.0
Week 3
0.0
7.0
Week 4
0.0
0.0
Week 5
1.0
3.0
Week 6
4.0
8.0
Week 7
0.0
3.0
Week 8
3.0
Week 9
BYE
Week 10
5.0
Week 11
3.0
Week 12
5.0
Week 13
5.0
Week 14
2.0
Week 15
4.0
Week 16
4.0
Week 17
Quietly had a strong season in 2015, ready to make noise with the Colts offense ready to take the next step

- Raju Byfield, Win My Fantasy League

 
Remains the Colts featured back and a very serviceable standard league RB2 play.

- Sablich Brothers, The NY Times

 
As long as Frank Gore is effective this season, the Colts will feed him the rock. It's going to be one of these "let's see how he is doing in the game" situations to where Gore could be a fantasy beast or a fantasy bust from week to week. A lot is also riding on QB Andrew Luck's play this season. The better Luck plays, the more likely Defenses will have to play the pass instead of loading the box against the run. I currently have Frank Gore as my 20th ranked RB in 2016 Fantasy Football league drafts.

- Jeff Boggis, Fantasy Football Empire

 
I don't have a ton of faith in Gore due to his oldness, but he played well last season in the context of an awful offensive line and no quarterback to spread the defense out. That line will get better, as the Colts' franchise quarterback was nearly beaten to death, so Gore could see much better running lanes, and there is a good chance he'll be the lead back once again due to the Colts not adding much in the way of competition this offseason

- Chet Gresham, WalterFootball

 
Gore finished last season as the #11 RB in standard formats and #14 in PPR, yet hes the 29th running back off the board. The Colts are...

- John Paulsen, 4for4.com

 
Gore has finished between 11th and 19th from 2010 to 2015 and he should be in a position to gain 1,000 yards from scrimmage despite being 33 years old.

- Derek Lofland, Fantasy Football Maniax