Well if he is saving anything because he doesn't want to get hurt I don't think he would hold anything back for a prime time game.
NFL.Com wrote: STORYLINE: "Mr. Nighttime" vs. Steel 100-yard Curtain.
It's a primetime game, Pittsburgh, so watch out for Jamal Lewis.
The Ravens running back has averaged 116.0 yards in the club's past seven primetime games, with Lewis breaking the 100-yard mark in five of those outings. One was against division-rival Pittsburgh (114 yards on Dec. 28, 2003).
Jamal's longest run of this season so far came in week 1 it was a 25 yarder that really looked like the Jamal of old. Yeah you guessed it it was a prime time game. One of the things I love about the NFL is the unpredictableness of it. Who would watch games if you already knew, This runningback won't break a big one... This team is going to win easily... This player will suck... I think I'd be pretty boring... I think the Ravens not only have a shot at winning, Jamal will bring it. I remember back in the day Cincy sucked 3-4 years ago... They always seemed to fight hard every down especially division games and I know they never really got blown out. Who knows... I do think Jamal will have more than 30 yards though that's a bit harsho.