When Indianapolis Colts running back Frank Gore joined the team in 2015, he did not exactly get what he signed up for.

This is particularly the case for Gore in 2017 who has played without quarterback Andrew Luck all season. Though, it does not look like Gore is completely ready to throw in the towel on Indy if Luck were to return.

This is a big “if.” Nobody thought Luck would miss the entire 2017 season. But despite Luck’s absence, Gore has remained a true workhorse on the Colts’ offense. He has not missed a game since signing with the Colts three seasons ago.

Suiting up for an otherwise talent-stricken offense, Gore’s numbers are down in 2017. He is averaging just 57.4 rushing yards per game which is his lowest since his 2005 rookie season.