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with 350 or more: Miami’s Ricky Williams led the league with an astounding 392 carries, while Baltimore’s Jamal Lewis (387), Green Bay’s Ahman Green (355), Deuce McAllister of New Orleans and Jacksonville’s Fred Taylor (345) rounded out the top 5. Fast forward 10
Moss 6. Peyton Manning 7. Maurice Jones-Drew 8. Jamal Lewis 9. Chad Johnson 10. Carson Palmer Until this season I would have still categorized Maroney ..... about 50 RBs in the NFL who could have had the season Jamal Lewis authored for the Browns in 2007. He and Maroney are the only two guys I feel have no shot of bouncing back this
security blanket. Six or seven catches sounds about right. Avoid if You Can: You can’t like either Derek Anderson or Jamal Lewis against the Ravens D this week. How about Matt Cassel as a better play than Anderson in Week 3? Lewis appears to have reverted to the 3.5 yards per carry form that
season, though Taylor is always an injury risk. Two veteran backs I don’t like this season are Willis McGahee and Jamal Lewis . McGahee had his knee scoped last week and claims he’ll be ready for the opener. I don’t think I could use a second
with 350 or more. Miami’s Ricky Williams led the league with an astounding 392 carries, while Baltimore’s Jamal Lewis (387), Green Bay’s Ahman Green (355), Deuce McAllister of New Orleans and Jacksonville’s Fred Taylor (345) rounded
ranks 16th in that span: 1,497 – LaDainian Tomlinson 1,208 – Edgerrin James 1,081 – Thomas Jones 970 – Jamal Lewis * – THIS IS PASS DEFENSE?: Last season, Arizona was flagged for pass interference 14 times for 210 yards, both league
Philadelphia or Dallas is going to upset them, it's going to have to come in the dome. It's hard for me to see. Jamal Lewis is blasting Eric Mangini. Sounds like Mangini is losing his team quickly? He's not losing his team, he lost it
all but one game at center for Baltimore. During the 2003 season, Flynn started every game at center as the Ravens' Jamal Lewis ran for 2,066 yards, the second highest single-season total in NFL history. After starting five games in 2004