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Record runner

By Times staff reports

© St. Petersburg Times, published December 31, 2000


Miami running back Lamar Smith set an NFL record for rushing attempts in a post-season game Saturday against Indianapolis. The top playoff performances:

40: Lamar Smith, AFC first round: Miami vs. Indianapolis, 2000.

38: Ricky Bell, NFC division: Tampa Bay vs. Philadelphia, 1979.

38: John Riggins, Super Bowl: Washington vs. Miami, 1982.

37: Lawrence McCutcheon, NFC division: Los Angeles vs. St. Louis, 1975.

37: Riggins, NFC division: Washington vs. Minnesota, 1982.

36: Riggins, NFC title: Washington vs. Dallas, 1982.

36: Riggins, NFC title: Washington vs. San Francisco, 1983.

36: Curtis Martin, AFC division: N.Y. Jets vs. Jacksonville, 1998.

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