ORCHARD PARK, NY — This Sunday the Bills host the Indianapolis Colts at New Era Field. The Colts have the NFL's fifth all-time leading rusher. Yes, you read that right. The Colts have the NFL's fifth all-time leading rusher. That distinction belongs to Frank Gore. Chances are that surprises you.

Gore is not one to toot his own horn. He's not one to call attention to himself, but you'd better believe that everyone who has lined up against him is well of aware of his capabilities.

"He’s just such a strong dynamic running back," Bills linebacker Jerry Hughes said. "He gets downhill very quickly and he runs hard for all four quarters so we understand that up front. That’s why we know we have to make it a four quarter ball game continue to put hats on him and let him really feel us throughout the game. That way we can really get to them early and try to really take him out of the game.

"He’s just such a strong dynamic running back. He gets downhill very quickly and he runs hard for all four quarters so we understand that up front. That’s why we know we have to make it a four-quarter ball game continue to put hats on him and let him really feel us throughout the game. That way we can really get to them early and try to really take him out of the game."

"I grew up watching Frank Gore so its one of those crazy things where its like yeah I’m going to be lining up against him on Sunday," Bills defensive end Eddie Yarbrough said. "He’s still one of the premiere backs in this league in my opinion as far as regards to toughness, running downhill, yards after, he doesn’t usually let one guy bring him down so he’s really a tough runner."

Last week, Gore past Jerome Bettis and LaDainian Tomlinson to move into the fifth spot on the all-time rushing list. He's just 304 yards behind Curtis Martin for the fourth spot.

Gore had two torn ACL's in college. He was the fifth running back taken in the 2005 draft. Since then, the now-34-year-old Gore has put together a career that may land him a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The Bills would be wise to keep Gore until control when the teams play this Sunday.