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In wins this season, the Baltimore Ravens have entered somewhat of an elite company

Winning 5 games during an NFL regular season should seem easy for a lot of teams right? Not exactly.

Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

The Baltimore Ravens have had arguably the most disappointing season in their franchise history as they currently sit with a 5-10 record. The only other season that is in the argument of being worse is when the Ravens went 5-11 in 2007 after having a 13-3 record the previous year.

But even if the Ravens end the year with five wins, they have already made a stat that features very few teams on it. Since 1997 through 2015, only three teams in the NFL currently have won at least five games in every season during that time frame and they are:

*Dallas Cowboys will enter this list in week 17 if they defeat the Washington Redskins.*

In a season filled with so much frustration and disappointment, this may be a stat that could make the Ravens organization and Ravens fans proud. It's not much at face value, but this statistic proves that even winning five games every season in the NFL for 19 straight seasons is not easy. A lot of credit for that goes to Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome who has been able to field competitive teams in the past with bad quarterback play in late 1990's and early 2000's.

The Ravens would certainly like five wins in 2016, but they expect to double that at least.