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Nov. 1, 2009

The Ravens snapped a three-game losing streak by routing the previously unbeaten Denver Broncos, 30-7. The team got contributions from every unit. The defense allowed just 200 yards of total offense (the fewest by a Denver team since 2003), then-rookie Lardarius Webb (pictured) returned the opening kickoff of the second half 95 yards for a touchdown, and the offense scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to cement the victory. The team won five of its next nine games to advance to the playoffs. AP photo
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