The story of the Ravens' remarkable turnaround from losing four of five games to close the regular season to winning three straight to get to the Super Bowl will be told many times before Feb. 3. And the story will undoubtedly start when the team hit rock bottom. It was Dec.16 when the Ravens were booed by their home fans during an embarrassing 34-17 loss to the Denver Broncos. After the game, veteran safety Ed Reed, whose frustration boiled over on the sideline when he threw and then kicked his helmet following a Broncos' touchdown, stood in front of his locker and apologized...
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