Running back Frank Gore left the 49ers via free agency this offseason, and judging by his excitement over his new team, he hasn't regretted it for a moment.
Just 21 days after saying he's never had a quarterback that runs a huddle like Andrew Luck, Gore took it a step further and anointed the Colts passer "a football god."
"He runs meetings like a coach. Basically, I'm playing with a coordinator on the field," Gore told The Jim Rome Show on Wednesday. "He's a football god. He sees everything. He sees the big picture of everything.
"He lets me know when [there's] something I don't see. He's just different. How he's in the huddle, off the field, in the meetings, he runs it. He runs the show, even in the off-season, he ran it. One day he had running backs, the next day he has receivers. He's just different. He's a football God."
During his 10 seasons with the 49ers, Gore lined up behind many quarterbacks, including Alex Smith, Trent Dilfer, Shaun Hill, Colin Kaepernick, Tim Rattay, Ken Dorsey, J.T. O'Sullivan, David Carr and Blaine Gabbert.
Selected in the third round of the 2005 NFL Draft by the 49ers, the 32-year-old tailback signed a three-year, $12 million deal with the Colts as a free agent this past offseason.
Behind Luck, Gore hopes to contend for a Super Bowl in 2015.