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Football tickets aren't cheap and winning doesn't make them any cheaper. Our friends over at TickPick take a look at exactly how expensive it is to see the Baltimore Ravens win a game.

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The Ravens will likely finish the season below .500 for the first time since going 5-11 in 2007. This means that the Ravens will be drafting in the top 10 for the first time since 2008 and depending on how the Jaguars and Titans fare, the Ravens could be drafting third overall for the first time in franchise history. It also means that Ravens fans should get some cheaper seating.

Our friends over at TickPick created an infographic showing how much it costs to see your favorite NFL teams win in order to determine which teams are the most cost-efficient. The Ravens have the second-highest ticket prices in the AFC North, as home tickets cost $202.40 on average and it costs $332.45 to see the Ravens win. The Ravens are the most cost efficient team in the North, as the Ravens win 65% of their games while charging $332.45 per win, while the Steelers win 64% of their games while charging $355.92 per win, most in the North.

The Ravens are one of the most cost-efficient teams in the AFC, as teams like the Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders, Tennessee Titans, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, San Diego Chargers, and New York Jets all charge more money per win than the Ravens, even though none of those franchises listed wins 65% of their games like the Ravens do.

2015 aside, Ravens fans usually have to shell out more money to see the team play, but when you look at the money that other teams force their fans to pay in relation to how many games those other teams win, you can see that it's money well spent.