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Baltimore Ravens vs Miami Dolphins Final Score: Odd/Interesting stats from Ravens Week 13 loss

Justin Tucker continues to be the man, Buck allen continues to impress, and Matt Shaub continues to be Matt Schaub

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This past Sunday the Ravens faced off against a waning Miami Dolphins team in another game that was bound to be a stinker. Coming off an up and down performance against the Browns Matt Schaub looked to rebound but fell well short of impressing against the dolphins slinging yet another Pick-Six that resulted in the Ravens falling 15-13 to the Dolphins, while Buck Allen made big strides in his starting role by showing a knack for catching some passes, and Justin Tucker broke yet another NFL record.

Justin Tucker continues to make history:

One could say that the best player currently on the Ravens' active roster is Justin Tucker without much argument from anybody. The multitalented kicker has broken a multitude of NFL records, and this past Sunday broke another one making him the fastest kicker in NFL history to 500 points in 60 games, just beating out Hall of Fame kicker Jan Stenerud at 61 games.

Buck Allen engraves himself in Ravens history:

How can you not love this guy? Allen started off the season as the third running back on the Ravens' depth chart, but still set a goal to become the starter by the end of this season, and with the season-ending injuries to Lorenzo Taliaferro and Justin Forsett, Buck has now completed his goal. Allen has stepped up and punched adversity right in the mouth with his outstanding play in the past few weeks, and with his 12 receptions against Miami has placed himself in the record books at 3rd in total receptions in a single game.

Schaub's awfulness continues:

Speaking upon my opinion and the opinions of many other fans, we have seen enough of Schaub. Schaub has only been starting for two weeks and has already shown he can't handle it tossing picks left and right. He has now thrown a Pick-Six in 6 of his last 9 games, and is one more away from tying a record of 4 straight games that was set by himself. It's time to see what Jimmy Clausen has to offer next week, or that record is more than likely to be tied against a rejuvenated Seattle defense.