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October 29, 2006
Ray Rice has been the most complete running back in Ravens history, but Jamal Lewis has been the most dominant one. With the speed to break away from defenders and the size to run over them, Lewis finished as the Ravens' all-time rushing leader (more than doubling the total of any other Ravens running back) and scored the most touchdowns in team history. As a rookie, he carried the Ravens offensively in the second half of their Super Bowl season. Two years after tearing his ACL, Lewis came back stronger and rushed for 2,066 yards, just 39 yards short of the NFL's all-time single season rushing record.