With the third Sunday slate of games having wrapped up for week three of the NFL season, these three teams put on the most abysmal performance yesterday. The Baltimore Ravens were embarrassed in London, the Miami Dolphins got roughed up by the rival Jets and the Oakland Raiders looked awful in a primetime performance.

Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens went overseas yesterday to face the Jacksonville Jaguars in London and apparently forgot to bring their team with them. Baltimore helped to make Jacksonville look like they did in their week one domination of the Houston Texans. At halftime, it was 23-0 and quarterback Joe Flacco tied his career low with 8 passing yards in the first half.

The team had also only managed one first down. At one point the Ravens were down 44-0, their largest deficit at any point ever. They did manage to get a touchdown at the end of the fourth quarter to make it 44-7. This final 37 point loss tied for their worst ever, when the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated them 37-0 in 1997.

Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins traveled from Los Angeles after a last-second win over the Chargers to take on the rival New York Jets at Met Life Stadium. Miami ended up being dominated in every aspect of the game by the seemingly hapless Jets, who basically pitched a shutout.

The Dolphins scored with no time left in the fourth quarter, and missed the extra point since it was that kind of day, to lose 20-6.

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Miami only managed to convert one third down (1-12) all day and their dynamic running game was held to 15 carries for 30 yards.

Oakland Raiders

The undefeated Oakland Raiders traveled to Washington to face the Redskins and ended up flying back home covered in the stench of defeat. While the 27-10 score doesn't seem too bad, the Raiders only scored because they were gifted those ten points off of Washington turnovers inside their own 20-yard line.

Oakland's high-powered offense only managed 128 total yards and could not manage to convert a single third down. They were outgained by the Redskins by 344 yards and they let Chris Thompson gain188 total yards in 14 touches. The Raiders only managed 32 rushing yards on 13 carries.

Meanwhile, quarterback Derek Carr was under siege as he was sacked four times in comparison to only being sacked 16 times in all of 2016. He also threw two interceptions, as receiver Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper were each held to one reception. Oakland also failed to convert a third down (0-11), becoming the first team to do so since the Jets in week three of 2011.