Ravens running back
Jamal Lewis set the NFL single-game mark for rushing yards on Sunday against the
Cleveland Browns with 295 yards and two touchdowns on 30 carries.
The performance breaks the Cincinnati Bengals' Corey Dillon's old record of 278 yards set in 2000 against the Denver Broncos. Lewis had touchdown runs of 82 and 63 yards, losing another touchdown and 12 additional yards on Marcus Robinson's holding call.
The Ravens have a 4-1 mark against Cleveland in games Lewis has played in since they drafted him fifth overall in 2000 out of the University of Tennessee. He has four consecutive 100 yards games against the Browns and the Ravens are 18-2 when Lewis carries it 20 or more times.
A look at Lewis' five football games against Cleveland:
|9-14 (2003)||30||295||9.8||2||W 33-13|
|12-22 (2002)||21||100||4.7||0||L 14-13|
|10-6 (2002)||26||187||7.2||0||W 26-21|
|11-26 (2000)||30||170||5.6||2||W 44-7|
|10-1 (2000)||13||86||6.6||0||W 12-0|
Ravens running back Jamal Lewis on his record-setting game: "On a day like today, I can't regret anything. It was beautiful, and I'm going to remember it for a long time."
-- Aaron Wilson