How many rushing yards did Jamal Lewis have in the 2000 Super Bowl season?

Jamal Lewis rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown (only the second rookie to rush for 100 yards in the Super Bowl, joining Timmy Smith in Super Bowl XXII, while also being the first rookie to score a rushing touchdown in a Super Bowl since Smith in 1988), and caught a pass for four yards.

How good was Jamal Lewis?

Lewis rushed for 200 yards three times in his career. That’s as many as Davis and Eric Dickerson and one fewer than Jim Brown, Earl Campbell, Barry Sanders and LaDainian Tomlinson. Lewis posted 36 career 100-yard games, two fewer than Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk, who played three more seasons.

Is Jamal Lewis a Hall of Famer?

Lewis has been eligible for the Hall of Fame for two years now but hasn’t shown up among the 25 semifinalists yet, much less the 15 finalists. His career deserves a Hall of Fame discussion. Lewis ran for 295 yards in a 2003 game against Cleveland, the second-best rushing performance in NFL history.

What year did Jamal Lewis rush for 2000?

Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis surpassed 2,000 yards in the 2003 season, recording 2,066 yards over the course of the season….Key.

Symbol Meaning
No. Number of the player, ranked by the time he surpassed 2,000 rushing yards
Games Games in the season
Att. Total rushing attempts

What is the single game rushing record?

296 yards
Vikings RB Adrian Peterson set the NFL single-game rushing record with 296 yards and three touchdowns against the Chargers on Nov. 4 2007. Peterson also set an NFL record for rushing yards in a half with 253 rushing yards in the second half.

Who has the single season rushing record?

Eric Dickerson
Eric Dickerson set the NFL’s single-season rushing record with the Los Angeles Rams in 1984, running for 2,105 yards. Derrick Henry fell 78 yards short (2,027) of that number last season in Tennessee. If Henry can stay healthy in 2021, a new rushing king could be crowned.

Is Jamal Anderson a Hall of Famer?

He is also President and CEO of JAM Entertainment. Now, as the newest inductee into the COA Hall of Fame, Anderson adds another honor to his impressive resume.