Ray Lewis Sets NFL Record

With a sack Sunday, Ray Lewis became the first player in NFL history to record 40 career sacks and 30 interceptions.

Lewis now has 40 1/2 sacks and 31 interceptions after getting to Matt Schaub in the third quarter yesterday. He continues to be a tackle machine at age 36, racking up 42 through five games this season. The Ravens are also ranked third against the run, giving up just 76.6 rushing yards per game.

"We're talking about Ray Lewis," free safety Ed Reed said. "Ray is an awesome player. One of the best football players of all time because he loves this game. Me and him were talking before the game, and it's something we were born to do. You do other things off the field business-wise, but football is what we were born to do."

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