Ravens running back Jamal Lewis broke the NFL's single-game rushing record Sunday with 295 yards in Baltimore's 33-13 victory over the Cleveland Browns.

Lewis, who carried 30 times and scored two touchdowns, set the mark with a fourth-quarter carry that gave him 280 yards. On third-and-15 from the Baltimore 23-yard line, Lewis went off left tackle for a 3-yard gain that eclipsed the 278 yards Cincinnati's Corey Dillon gained Oct. 22, 2000, against Denver. It was Lewis' 26th carry of the game.

Lewis earlier scored touchdowns on runs of 82 and 63 yards. Lewis, who missed the entire 2001 season with a torn knee ligament, had 100 yards by his second carry Sunday, and was at 180 by halftime.

Earlier in the week, Lewis told the Browns he would set the record. NFL: 2B