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Ravens had a -7 percent impact on opposing team's median ticket prices for upcoming season

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Secondary ticket marketplace, Vivid Seats, recently released their 2015 NFL Road Draws report, detailing the fluctuation in ticket prices based on the visiting team. The Ravens finished in the 18th spot, with ticket prices falling seven percent when the Ravens are the visiting team.

The Ravens' road schedule in 2015 consists of trips to Denver, Oakland, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Arizona, Cleveland, Miami, and Cincinnati. The Ravens had positive increases in two of those games, the Thursday night showdown in Pittsburgh and the January game in Cincinnati. In an interesting statistic, the Ravens actually had a -19 percent impact for the Monday Night Football game in Arizona. The other largest drop-offs come in the Week 2 trip to Oakland, and the week 13 trip to Miami.

The usual suspects headline the top of the list. Green Bay (67 percent increase!), Dallas, Pittsburgh, Denver, and New England fill out the top five, while Chicago, Seattle, New York (Giants), Philadelphia, and Indianapolis finish out the top ten, respectively. Tennessee, Houston, Tampa Bay, St. Louis, and Jacksonville round out the bottom five, with each of those teams having at least a -15 percent drop-off in median ticket prices.

Of the teams above Baltimore on the list, eight of them finished with fewer wins than the Ravens did.