Run defense not a concern for Harbaugh

Peyton Hillis

became the third opposing running back this season to gain at least 100 yards on the ground against the


when they beat Hillis and the

Cleveland Browns

, 20-14, on Saturday.

Hillis, who rushed for 112 yards on 24 carries, joins the

Jacksonville Jaguars

Maurice Jones-Drew

and the

Seattle Seahawks

Marshawn Lynch

as 100-yard rushers against the Ravens, who surrendered 100 yards to three tailbacks in each of the previous two seasons (the

Houston Texans

Arian Foster

, the

Carolina Panthers

Mike Goodson

and Hillis in 2010 and the

Cincinnati Bengals

Cedric Benson

twice and the

Minnesota Vikings

Adrian Peterson

in 2009).

But coach

John Harbaugh

didn’t sound too worried when asked about Hillis’ success against the defense.

“I think they ran the exact same plays the exact same way they’ve been running them,” Harbaugh said during his news conference Monday. “He’s probably healthier than he was the first game. He bled some yards there, did a nice job with that. He’s a good player. But I thought we played good defense. Overall, we gave up one drive, essentially, and that’s not bad.”