How's this for explosiveness? Last season wideout and return man Jermaine Lewis scored on receptions of 46, 56, 58, 64 and 76 yards and on punt returns of 69 and 87 yards. Lewis and Packers wideout Antonio Freeman shared the league lead in touchdowns of 50-plus yards, with six—the most since the Oilers' Billy (White Shoes) Johnson scored six times from his own territory in 1977. Lewis, a 1996 fifth-round pick from Maryland, also averaged a Ravens-record 19.1 yards per catch. New coach Brian Billick considers the 5'7" Lewis, a special teams pick for the 1999 Pro Bowl, so vital to the offense that he has vowed to reduce his role on special teams.