Lewis set for run at Steelers

October 15, 2009

Of his more than 10,000 career yards, Browns running back Jamal Lewis has to fight hardest for the ones against the guys wearing black and gold. The Steelers are tough to crack. "You come out with 70 yards, that's a good day against Pittsburgh," Lewis said. The durable 30-year-old has 36 100-yard games on his resume, but only one against the Steelers and that was when he played for Baltimore. Running on fresh legs after missing two games with a hamstring injury, Lewis broke loose for 117 yards last week in an 6-3 win over Buffalo. Lewis knows he has his work cut out this Sunday, when the Browns visit the Steelers and a defense giving up just 70 rushing yards per game. "Running the ball on them is tough sledding," he said.