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Ravens score the second most points in one half against the Bucs

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: October 12th, 2014 at 2:42 pm EST

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were supposed to contend for a playoff game this season. But after several weeks, it appears like the team will be contending for another Top 10 pick.

The Bucs are currently trailing 38-0 at home to the Baltimore Ravens. The South Florida team appears to get their second blowout of the season.

Joe Flacco (Getty Images)

Joe Flacco (Getty Images)

A few weeks ago, the Bucs were destroyed by the Atlanta Falcons, 56-14 on Thursday Night Football.

The Ravens scored 28 points in the first quarter. It is the most points scored in a quarter in team history.

Torrey Smith caught a 15-yard touchdown from Joe Flacco to make it 7-0. Then, Smith also caught a 9-yard touchdown from Flacco to make it 14-0.

Kamar Aiken added a 17-yard reception from Flacco for the third touchdown in the first quarter. Michael Campanaro capped off the quarter with a 19-yard touchdown.

In the second quarter, Steve Smith Sr. caught a 56-yard touchdown from Flacco. Justin Tucker added a 46-yard touchdown to make it 38-0.

Also, with his performance today, Flacco had the quickest five touchdowns in a game in NFL history.

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