Fantasy Stats

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Year yds
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Fumbles Lost
Receiving Yards
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2020 653 3.49 2 1 16 89
2019 599 3.61 2 13 100
3y Avg. 658 3.87 1 0 14 104 0

Fantasy News

  • Frank Gore: Set to retire

    Gore said Saturday in an interview with that he plans to sign a one-day contract with the 49ers soon to formally announce his retirement from the NFL. The soon-to-be 39-year-old running back didn't play in 2021, though he previously noted that he kept himself in playing shape in the event an opportunity emerged with a team. He'll now formally call a close to a career that began in 2005, when San Francisco selected him with its third-round pick in the draft. Over a 16-year run in the NFL that includes stops with the 49ers, Colts, Dolphins, Bills and Jets, the durable Gore appeared in 241 regular-season games and logged 16,000 rushing yards, 3,985 receiving yards and 99 touchdowns. His rushing total is the third-highest mark in league history.
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  • Frank Gore: May turn focus to boxing

    Gore has yet to formally announce his retirement from the NFL, but the 38-year-old told Ian Rapoport of NFL Network that he's been training for both football and boxing. Gore said that boxing has always been a passion, and training for the ring may be the bigger focus for him at this point than football, as Rapoport notes that a high-profile fight could be in the works for the veteran running back. The NFL's third-leading all-time rusher hasn't completely closed the door on football, but Rapoport notes that Gore has thus far declined all inquiries from teams since he became a free agent this spring. Before missing the Jets' final two games of 2020 with a lung contusion, Gore played in 14 contests and tallied 653 yards and two touchdowns on 187 carries, which translated to a career-worst 3.5 yards per tote.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Undecided on future

    Gore (lung contusion) said Tuesday that he hasn't determined whether he wants to return to the NFL for a 17th season, Eric Allen of the Jets' official site reports. "I still have fun playing the game of football, but I haven't made a decision yet," Gore said of his future. Before sitting out the Jets' Week 17 loss to the Patriots with a bruised lung, Gore had served as the team's primary running back throughout the season, compiling 653 yards and two touchdowns on the ground to go with 16 receptions for 89 yards. The 37-year-old has long been valued by teams as a mentor for younger players in the locker room, but his on-field productivity has been on the decline for quite some time. He's now averaged fewer than four yards per carry in five of the past six years, with his 3.5 average in 2020 representing a new career low. If Gore decides to keep his career going and finds an opportunity with a team in 2021, don't expect him to handle nearly as sizable a role as he handled with the Jets this past season.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Moved to IR

    The Jets placed Gore (lung) on injured reserve Wednesday, Andy Vasquez of USA Today reports. Gore suffered a lung contusion in last week's win over the Browns and had already been ruled out for Sunday's season finale against the Patriots. Though Gore has offered no indication that he intends to retire after this season, it's fair to wonder if the 37-year-old running back's time in the NFL is over. Prior to sustaining his injury last week, Gore raised his season rushing yardage total to exactly 653, allowing him to reach 16,000 yards for his career. Only Emmitt Smith (18,355) and Walter Payton (16,726) have more.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Out for season finale

    Gore is dealing with a lung contusion and has been ruled out for the Week 17 game against the Patriots, Al Iannazzone of Newsday reports. Gore left this past Sunday's 23-16 win over the Browns early, but not before becoming the third player to reach 16,000 rushing yards in his career. The 37-year-old running back will miss a game for just the third time in the past 10 seasons. Gore will be an unrestricted free agent in March, and it's unclear if he'll return for his 17th NFL season.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Injured after hitting milestone

    Gore suffered a chest injury in the second half of Sunday's 23-16 win over the Browns, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports. He rushed 14 times for 48 yards and caught his only target for five yards prior to sustaining the injury. Gore came in needing 48 rushing yards to become the third player to reach 16,000, and he got exactly enough to hit the milestone before exiting with his injury. If the veteran running back is unable to heal up in time for next week's season finale against the Patriots, La'Mical Perine and Ty Johnson would be in line for additional touches in New York's backfield.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Finds end zone in upset win

    Gore carried the ball 23 times for 59 yards and a touchdown and caught his only target for six yards in Sunday's 23-20 upset of the Rams. The veteran back saw his largest workload of the season on an afternoon when the Jets led for most of the game. While the extra touches didn't turn into much yardage, Gore did punch in a one-yard score in the third quarter for his second TD of the year. Ty Johnson saw only nine touches, though he also found the end zone, and Gore still appears to be coach Adam Gase's preferred early-down and short-yardage option heading into a Week 16 home tilt against the Browns.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Held in check Sunday

    Gore carried the ball eight times for 23 yards and caught his only target for eight yards in Sunday's 40-3 loss to the Seahawks. The veteran's 31 scrimmage yards actually led the Jets backfield, although Josh Adams (eight touches for 30 scrimmage yards) and Ty Johnson (eight carries for 16 rushing yards) saw comparable workloads. Gore is likely headed for another poor performance in Week 15's road clash with the Rams, especially if he remains stuck in a committee.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Listed as active Sunday

    Gore (concussion) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Seahawks. Gore is available Sunday and in line to face a Seattle defense that overall this season has been better at stopping the run than the pass. Additionally, in a game where the Seahawks are heavily favored, the veteran back could lose some touches to Ty Johnson, who logged 104 rushing yards and a TD on 22 carries after taking over for Gore in last Sunday's loss to the Raiders.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Optimism regarding Week 14 status

    Ian Rapoport of NFL Network indicates that "there is optimism" that Gore (concussion) will play Sunday against the Seahawks. Rapoport adds that Gore's availability for the contest depends on the running back clearing a final hurdle in the concussion protocol Sunday morning. Either way, Gore's Week 14 status will be confirmed once the Jets' inactives are posted in advance of the team's 4:05 ET kickoff. If Gore ultimately ends up out or limited at all, Ty Johnson would be in line for added backfield touches versus Seattle.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Questionable despite full practice

    Gore (concussion/not injury related) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Seahawks after practicing fully Friday, Rich Cimini of reports. Ty Johnson filled in admirably after Gore got hurt early in last week's loss to the Raiders, topping 100 yards with a touchdown. Those who picked up Johnson in hopes of a repeat performance in a leading role may instead end up with part of a timeshare with Gore, who practiced fully Friday after missing Thursday's session for reasons that apparently weren't related to the concussion. Still, Gore will need to clear the protocol for head injuries in order to do so Sunday.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Sits out practice Thursday

    Gore was a non-participant at practice Thursday due to a listed combination of concussion/not injury-related, Rich Cimini of reports. Gore practiced in a limited fashion Wednesday, and the non-injury designation attached to Thursday's DNP suggests that the veteran running back's absence was maintenance-related, rather than indicative of a concussion setback. A return to the field Friday, in any capacity, would confirm that notion. Per Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record, coach Adam Gase previously noted that he thinks there's a good chance Gore can play Sunday against Seattle. If not, however, Ty Johnson would be in line for added opportunities Week 14.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Won't practice Thursday

    Gore (concussion) won't practice Thursday, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports. Gore logged a limited practice Wednesday, but the running back's downgrade in participation Thursday isn't necessarily indicative of a setback, given that lately he's been receiving routine rest days on Thursday. How he's listed on the Jets' upcoming injury report should add some context to Gore's latest absence.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Set for limited practice

    Gore (concussion) is slated to practice in a limited fashion Wednesday, Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record reports. While Gore remains in the NFL's concussion protocol, coach Adam Gase thinks that there's a good chance the veteran running back can gain clearance ahead of Sunday's game against the Seahawks. If Gore does end up suiting up this weekend, he could be in store for less playing time than usual after Ty Johnson shined in the Jets' Week 13 loss to the Raiders following Gore's early exit. Johnson finished the contest with 104 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries to go with two receptions for 13 yards.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Exits Sunday's game

    Gore won't return to Sunday's game against the Raiders after sustaining a concussion. With Gore now sidelined after just one carry for two yards Sunday, Ty Johnson and Josh Adams will be called upon to handle the team's Week 13 rushing duties.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Being examined for concussion

    Gore is under evaluation for a concussion during Sunday's game versus the Raiders, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. Gore was described as "wobbly" at the end of a two-yard run on the second play of the game, per Rich Cimini of After visits to the sideline tent and locker room, Gore may soon enter the concussion protocol, which would force him from the contest for good. In Gore's stead, Ty Johnson was the first running back to replace him.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Leaves Sunday's game

    Gore (undisclosed) went to the locker room during Sunday's game against the Raiders, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. On the second play of the game, Gore was shaken up following a hard hit from the Raiders' Damon Arnette on a two-yard run. Gore visited the sideline tent before heading indoors. The nature of the injury is unknown, but Ty Johnson took over RB after Gore's departure.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Gets 21 touches in latest loss

    Gore rushed 18 times for 74 yards and caught all three of his targets for 12 yards in Sunday's 20-3 loss to the Dolphins. Gore returned to lead back duties with La'Mical Perine (ankle) out, but the entire Jets offense struggled to get going, and Gore didn't help by getting stuffed on a pivotal 4th-and-1 run deep in Dolphins territory with the Jets trailing 13-3 in the third quarter. With Perine on IR, Gore should maintain a high-volume floor in Week 13 against a Raiders defense that has struggled to defend the run, but expectations should be tempered for the 37-year-old running back, who has found the end zone just once all season despite his prominent role in the league-worst Jets offense.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Part of RB rotation

    Coach Adam Gase said Friday that the Jets will have a running back rotation of Gore, Ty Johnson and Josh Adams on Sunday against the Dolphins, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports. Gore has received double-digit carries eight times in 10 contests this season en route to averaging 13.3 touches and 50.5 yards from scrimmage per game. He's likely in line for a similar workload with La'Mical Perine (ankle) on injured reserve for at least the next three games, but Gase is poised to use Johnson and Adams out of the backfield as well. However, the duo has just 16 combined touches in 2020, so Gore should remain the lead back.
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  • Jets' Frank Gore: Larger workload could await

    Gore appears set to serve as the Jets' clear No. 1 running back for at least the next three games following the placement of La'Mical Perine (ankle) on injured reserve earlier this week, Rich Cimini of reports. Gore had been splitting time with Perine before the rookie injured his ankle Week 11 against the Chargers, but the veteran could now realistically find himself in position to handle 15-plus touches per game in the absence of Perine. Ty Johnson is a candidate to complement Gore in a change-of-pace role, while Josh Adams has been signed to the active roster as added depth.
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