Running back Jamal Lewis, a rookie in 2000, was the engine of that offense, rushing for 1,364 yards and six touchdowns in the regular season. He topped 100 rushing yards in two of the team's playoff wins, including the 34-7 win over the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXV. His punishing between-the-tackles running style might wear out the current squad, especially with the 37-year-old Ray Lewis patrolling the middle of the defense. The 2012 Ravens finished 20th in run defense, though they have tightened up in that area the past couple months. Jamal Lewis would still get his, though. ADVANTAGE: 2000 RAVENS.