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The team set a 16-game single-season record for fewest points allowed (165) and fewest rushing yards allowed (970).
The team recorded four shutouts, one shy of the single-season record.
In 2002, Lewis was limited to only five games due to a shoulder injury.
He still managed to rank fifth on the team with 58 tackles.
Lewis led the Big East in tackles his last two seasons and accumulated the fifth most in Miami history despite playing only three seasons.
The following season, he won the NFL Defensive Player of the Year and led the Ravens' record-setting defense to victory in Super Bowl XXXV.
Lewis won the 1999 NFL Alumni Linebacker Of The Year chosen by past NFL players voting according to the position they played.
In 2000, Lewis led a defense which many call the greatest in NFL history for a single season.
Lewis's regular-season total of 136 tackles once again led the Ravens, and Lewis added 31 tackles, two interceptions, 9 pass deflections, one fumble recovery, and a touchdown in the four-game playoff run.
In 2001, Lewis earned his fifth consecutive Pro Bowl selection, when he led the NFL in tackles with 162 and earned first-team All-Pro honors. In the Ravens' two playoff games, he totaled 17 tackles, three forced fumbles, and one pass deflection.