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Aggressive Ravens end Broncos' unbeaten start
BALTIMORE (Reuters) - The Baltimore Ravens used an aggressive defense and a long kickoff return to end the Denver Broncos' unbeaten start to the season with a 30-7 victory on Sunday.
Rookie Lardarius Webb sprinted 95 yards with the second-half kickoff for a touchdown and the Ravens (4-3) held the Broncos (6-1) to a third-quarter touchdown in snapping a three-game losing streak.
Webb's return put Baltimore ahead 13-0 and after Denver recovered to 13-7 on Knowshon Moreno's one-yard run, the Ravens scored the game's final 17 points.
Quarterback Joe Flacco passed for one touchdown and Steve Hauschka kicked three field goals, two in the first half, for the resurging Ravens who dominated the Broncos' top-ranked NFL defense.
(Reporting by Gene Cherry in Salvo, North Carolina. Editing by Ed Osmond)
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