Jamal Lewis will not put up those kind of numbers ever again(yard-wise). He very well could remain a 1500-1600 yard back for a few years to come, but not 2000+. To me, he is like Jerome Bettis in the early years, add some success against the Cleveland Browns...twice, and you have a 2000 yard back. He won't rack up the Browns again for over 500 yards on the ground. I still think he is a top fantasy back because of the 1500 yards and probably in the 18-23 TD range, but repeat 2000+ yards? Sorry, no.