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Ravens prep for Broncos' three-headed monster

OWINGS MILLS -- When it comes to an aggressive commitment to running the football and grinding for supremacy at the line of scrimmage, there are few football teams in the Denver Broncos' class. Between a three-headed hydra at running back and a gritty offensive line that specializes in cut blocks, the Broncos feature the second-ranked running game in the NFL.

Whether it's Mike Anderson, Tatum Bell or Ron Dayne lined up in the backfield, the result is typically uniform: lots of yards, lots of touchdowns. Heading into Sunday's game at Invesco Field against the Ravens (4-8), the Broncos (9-3) are averaging 162.8 rushing yards per game. "If we don't stop the run this game, they're going to run us right out of the stadium," Ravens outside linebacker... Recommended Stories

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