The Indianapolis running back acknowledged this week that he was peeved to miss out on 1,000 yards rushing for just the second time since 2006.
"I'm not over it," Gore said, per ESPN.com. "I'm not going to be over it until I do it. I've been blessed that they kept me to get the opportunity to do it again. To go after my goals again, to be the one to get the 100 yards that they didn't have in years. To get that 1,000-plus yards (in a season)."
Gore came close with 967 yards and six touchdowns on the ground, but his 3.7 yards per carry marked the lowest output of his career. After years of bashing defenders in San Francisco, gaining yardage in chunks was no easy task behind Indy's half-baked offensive line.
Gore, though, believes he'll return to workhorse form in 2016, saying: "Now I got another opportunity to do it so from here on out. I just have to start taking care of my body, eating healthy, start training to get myself ready to try to go get it."