1) The legendary Baltimore Ravens squad of 2000 went five straight games without scoring a touchdown
The 2000 Baltimore Ravens are recognized as one of the best defensive units in NFL history, setting an NFL record with 165 points allowed. But as good as their defense was, their offense was known to struggle to put points on the board. The eventual Super Bowl champs had a five-game stretch in which they didn’t score a touchdown! Ironically, the Ravens put up 34 points against the Giants in their Super Bowl victory — almost as many as they scored in that historic five-game stretch (42).