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Looking Back at Frank Gore’s Running Mates

Published by on May 30, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

In the last five years, there has been an increasingly common trend in the NFL; the two-headed running attack. It makes sense from a longevity standpoint, because running backs usually have the shortest NFL careers. And when RBs reach a certain point in their careers, their production decreases dramatically. One team that has bucked the trend is the San Francisco 49ers. Since Frank Gore emerged as the full-time starting running back in 2006, his second year in the league, Gore's backups have been used sparingly, if at all. Here's a look at what Gore's running mates have contributed to the team's rushing attack during his four-year NFL career, and a look ahead to who should spell Gore in 2009....

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