Lamar Jackson against Cleveland on Sept. 13. Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

NFL preseason games are glorified scrimmages that don’t count for much and will be forgotten as soon as the regular season begins, but don’t tell that to the Baltimore Ravens.

The Ravens head into Thursday night’s preseason opener against the Tennessee Titans riding an absolutely insane preseason winning streak, winning their last 20 consecutive preseason games. Baltimore hasn’t lost a preseason football game since 2015, making it the longest preseason winning streak in NFL history.

“That’s lit,” Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson said when he learned of the streak last year, according to Pro Football Talk. “We want to win at the end of the day. I don’t care if it’s preseason. We compete against each other in practice. We want to win. It’s good to just keep winning.”

Previously, the Vince Lombardi’s Green Bay Packers had won 19 straight preseason games from 1959 to 1962, but that streak was snapped in a loss to a college all-star team, according to Pro Football Talk. The Packers went on to win their next four preseason games against NFL teams. So technically, they did win 23 consecutive preseason games against NFL opponents.

If the Ravens go unbeaten this preseason, they’ll tie the Packers for the most consecutive preseason wins against NFL teams.

It’s an undeniably impressive streak, but it’s safe to say that the Ravens would certainly rather win 20-consecutive regular season games.