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On September 14, 2003 Jamal Lewis set the NFL single-game rushing record with 295 yards on 30 carries in the Ravens win over the Browns. The record stood …

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  1. I attended this game. I remember a very long TD run that was called back for holding, so this record should be well over 300 yards! Not to mention that he had about half a quarter left when he set the record. Truly a dominant performance.

  2. Jamal historically ate the Browns up. In 12 career games against Cleveland, he rushed for 1,524 yards. He averaged 127 yards per game and 5.62 yards per carry. He scored 8 touchdowns and never fumbled once against them. Ravens went 9-3 in those games too. What else to say except that Jamal was nightmare for Cleveland.

  3. Lmao that first stiff arm was vicius
    He hit that cornerback with the no look stiff arm

    Dont forget at 1 time the ravens had jamal lewis and priest holmes and they both big n fast for big Running backs

  4. An amazing back one of the best of our era even tho his career was not long due to injuries he put up alot of special moments…god blass him

  5. I live in MD & have been to probably 6 or 7 Ravens games in 25 years. I was at this game. I remember the sports talk radio station talking on Wednesday before this game how Jamal called his Cleveland LB friend and told him he was gonna break the single game rushing record.
    My buddy and I were tailgating and entered the stadium about 5 minutes after kickoff. We heard this huge cheer while in the tunnel walking to our seats. It was Jamal's 82 yd TD run.
    I told my buddy & everyone around us….."He's going to break the record today…. he already said it!"
    He kept ripping off huge run after huge run and finally it happened. My friend and I, and everyone in our section were rooting it in on the whe way! I'll never forget that experience.

  6. This was my first nfl game I went to when I was little. Don’t remember much, but it was a historical game. Except my dad was a browns fan so wasn’t so fun for him.

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