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By Kevin Barrett
There should be a way for NFL star Marvin Lewis to stay healthy, as he and the Indianapolis Colts prepare to take on the St. Louis Rams on Sunday night at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Last season, the first season the Steelers led the NFL in offensive DVOA (yards allowed per play) last season and have now shot up to .940.
If anything, the Steelers’ running attack could do wonders for a new run game.
NFL Network’s Mike Pereira asked NFL Director of Player Safety Ray Lewis what a matchup could look like this season with the team’s running game already in an enviable state.
“It’d be great to have two running backs come here and give us pressure on each other, and you’ve got a good situation where the difference is they’ve got two running backs,” said Lewis.
As long as both have the ball in their hands, Lewis still has to be healthy to get into the playoffs.
Lewis is one of two running backs to break the Steelers’ all-time rushing record, joining former Pro Bowl running back Rob Gronkowski (16 carries, two touchdowns), and former Pro Bowl wide receiver Jimmy Graham (31 carries, four touchdowns).
Lewis has seven carries through five games, so his play this season could be the only time a running back has caught at