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Game 2: Ravens' offense lays goose egg

On a day to remember a legend, the Ravens delivered a performance to forget.

After a heartfelt pre-game ceremony in honor of the late Hall of Fame quarterback John Unitas, the Ravens failed miserably to rise to the occasion yesterday, getting booed by fans at Ravens Stadium and getting routed, 25-0, by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Ravens' offensive effort tainted an emotional tribute, producing the team's first home shutout after remembering the city's greatest quarterback.Tampa Bay (1-1) relied on its so-called Gulf Coast Offense - a high-percentage, short-passing game - to dominate time of possession and leaned on its defense and special teams for the game's only touchdowns....

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