The Baltimore Ravens have made the playoffs in three of the last four seasons.
They nearly made it again in 2021 if injuries did not pile up on them.
After all, they were 8-3 at one point but lost their final six games to bow out of postseason contention.
Now that most of their starters are back, including quarterback Lamar Jackson, the Ravens will push for a playoff return.
Their style might be unconventional, but it works for them and they have the results to show.
But aside from their goal of making it back to the postseason, they have another streak that remained intact.
Big deal or no big deal, the Ravens now have won an NFL record 22 straight preseason games.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 22, 2022
ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted, “Big deal or no big deal, the Ravens now have won an NFL record 22 straight preseason games.”
They have won both of their preseason games in 2022 with their first victory against the Tennessee Titans, 23-10.
Ten days later, they also won against the Arizona Cardinals, 24-17.
Before this preseason, the Ravens have won their last 20 preseason games.
Their last defeat came in the 2015 preseason when they bowed down to the Atlanta Falcons in the final week, 20-19.
Since then, they have won four preseason games in 2016, another four in 2017, and five in 2018 (including that year’s Hall of Fame Game).
The streak continued with four in 2019 and three last year.
Preseason games were canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ravens Hoping For A Better Postseason Performance
While they have made the playoffs in three of the last four years, they’ve only made it beyond the Wild Card Round once.
That instance happened in 2020 when they lost to the Buffalo Bills in the Divisional Round.
In total, Jackson has led the Ravens to a 1-3 playoff record ever since he became the team’s starting quarterback.