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Niners Nation Jun 18, 2015

Frank Gore carried quite a workload for the 2006 San Francisco 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers relied heavily on Frank Gore during his decade with the team. In 2006, it was to a historic degree. The San Francisco 49ers had plenty of problems in the mid-2000s, culminating with the worst record in the league in 2004, and the No. 1 draft pick in the 2005 NFL Draft. Alex Smith was the top pick, but the 49ers made a franchise-altering move in the third round when they selected running back Frank Gore. Frank Gore was the heart and soul of the 49ers offense for the last decade, but in 2006, Gore put up a percentage of the 49ers offense that was ridiculous. Gore...
Baltimore Beatdown Jun 5, 2015

Most Respected Opposing Players

We take a look at the rivals the fanbase, plus myself, generally respects the most. Johnny Manizel: Just kidding. This isn't ESPN. Frank Gore: While this one may be a little more personal than fan related, Gore is a player I respect for the way he plays, and the hard times he's been through. Tearing his ACL in college and missing an entire season was only the start, as he then had to run through a gauntlet of awful coaching featuring Mike Nolan and Mike Singletary. But Frank Gore keeps getting low and keeps chugging along. Now 32, he is coming off another 1000 yard season and has perhaps...

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