NFL: Baltimore 48, Detroit 3

Dec. 13, 2009 at 5:07 PM
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BALTIMORE, Dec. 13 (UPI) -- Willis Mcgahee had two of Baltimore's five rushing touchdowns Sunday, leading a 48-3 rout of Detroit.

Both touchdowns came in the third quarter long after the contest had been decided.

Joe Flacco compiled 230 passing yards, including a 62-yard, second-quarter touchdown to Derrick Mason.

Mcgahee finished with 76 yards on 12 carries.

Troy Smith scored once.

Ray Rice rushed for 166 yards on just 13 carries, scoring on a 59-yard, second-quarter run, while Billy Cundiff added two field goals for the Ravens (7-6), who have split their last four games and remain in contention for an AFC wild-card playoff berth.

Detroit's only points were courtesy of Jason Hanson's 22-yard, second-quarter field goal.

Daunte Culpepper had 135 passing yards with two interceptions, and Kevin Smith gained 69 yards on 21 carries for the Lions (2-11), who have lost three in a row.

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