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When it comes to winning in the NFL preseason, the Ravens rise to the occasion.

In Baltimore’s 23–10 victory against the Titans on Thursday night, the team extended its preseason winning streak to 21 games. According to ESPN Stats and Info, the Ravens hold the longest preseason win streak by any NFL team since at least 1995.

The last time Baltimore lost in the preseason was in 2015. Behind the Ravens, the Bills come in at a distant No. 2 on the active list with eight consecutive wins in preseason action. 

Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley led Baltimore's offense Thursday, going 16-of-18 for 110 yards and a touchdown in the first half of the game. After Huntley’s day was done, Anthony Brown entered the game for Ravens and finished with 117 passing yards. Starting quarterback Lamar Jackson did not play.

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As for Tennessee, rookie Malik Willis put together a quality outing, throwing for 107 yards on 6-of-11 passing while rushing for 38 yards and a touchdown.

The Ravens will face the Cardinals in their second preseason game on Aug. 21, as they try to keep their meaningless but historic streak alive.

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