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Bills’ Frank Gore celebrates on field with his son after scoring game-winning TD vs. Bengals

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Longtime NFL running back Frank Gore, now in his first season with the Buffalo Bills, has done it all and seen it all in his professional career. In his veteran status, Gore showed he still has a knack for making huge plays: He managed to score the game-winning touchdown for the undefeated Bills on Sunday afternoon against the Cincinnati Bengals.

As a result of punching the ball in the end zone and keeping the Bills perfect at 3-0, Gore was able to celebrate both his performance and his team’s latest victory on the field with his son.

The 36-year-old Gore notably carried the football 14 times for 76 yards and the lone touchdown while catching each of his two targets for 13 receiving yards in Week 3. While splitting time with fellow Bills running back T.J. Yeldon at the moment, Gore’s game-winning score gave Buffalo a narrow 21-17 win over the feisty Bengals. However, Gore out touched Yeldon on Sunday while it appears to be the veteran rusher’s backfield in the absence of injured rookie running back Devin Singletary.

After impressing early on into his NFL tenure, Singletary missed Sunday afternoon’s win over the Bengals due to a lingering hamstring injury. Even so, the Bills not only managed to come away with the team’s third win in as many tries to start the year, but found yet another reliable presence on offense in the durable Gore.

Already defeating the New York Jets, New York Giants and Bengals, respectively, the undefeated Bills and Frank Gore will gear up for the franchise’s Week 4 matchup against the rival New England Patriots.