The Facts: Gore will enter the 2019 season with milestones in his sights and without thoughts of retirement on his mind. Gore can move up to third place all-time in career carries and career rushing yards if he runs 137 times for 522 yards during the regular season. Taking over those spots might make for a fitting end to a stellar career, but Gore said he won’t be thinking about retirement until his body tells him that it is time to go. “I just go how I feel,” Gore said on Saturday. “If I feel I can’t do it no more, then I call it.”
Diehards Line:As PFT reminded readers, Gore signed a one-year deal with Buffalo and the Bills join the Dolphins, Colts and 49ers as teams that have had Gore carrying the ball out of their backfield. Gore led the Dolphins in rushing last year and has been his team’s leading rusher in every season that he’s played a game. Should that streak continue in 2019, it’s probably a good bet that someone will give him a chance to continue the run in 2020.