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    Frank Gore

    HES A GOOD RB

    He is a steal at a 3rd or 4h rounder
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    hes sloooooooooooooooooooow. he lost his explosion when he injured his knees. good vision, power, and toughness. but, unless he regains his explosivenes, i dont see him being a starter ever in the NFL, good #2.
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    I agree. He was better then McGahee and proved this past year behind a crap OL he could still run. I think he's on par to be back to 100% this year and would be a top RB if given the chance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigmiamifan
    I agree. He was better then McGahee and proved this past year behind a crap OL he could still run. I think he's on par to be back to 100% this year and would be a top RB if given the chance.
    Who Gore or McGahee?
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    When you tear your knee, it does take a little away from you, but look at Edge. This kid is young and committed. He will be a starter. He will always have the tag on him that he had knee injuries, I am sure contracts will be lower then if he had a clean past, but I am sorry, with the Doctors in Miami, the committment, and everything in the new age NFL, the guy is going to be a star just like every other UM back.
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    willis >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> frank
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    frank gore is pretty damn tough
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nappy Roots
    hes sloooooooooooooooooooow. he lost his explosion when he injured his knees. good vision, power, and toughness. but, unless he regains his explosivenes, i dont see him being a starter ever in the NFL, good #2.
    He definitely has explosiveness. Miami's offense has been with Brock Berlin at the helm, and it's not Gore's fault. He had a pretty good year where he came back extremely early for a knee injury and scored the game winning touchdown on an explosive run in his first game back.
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    I agree Gore is tough, but not sure if picking him makes any sense when he's bound to be a Minor or Morris kind of pro...a solid backup who can catch a couple passes out of the backfield, which we already have.

    Is Gore even a good reciever?
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    i dont think we will be drafting a RB, unless we know for a fact he could start, cause we have plenty of depth at RB. just know clear cut, good starter.
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