VIDEO: Colt McCoy Interception Almost Proves Costly

A promising drive ended badly for the Cleveland Browns in the third quarter of their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. After a penalty nullified a field goal and gave Cleveland a new set of downs, the Browns drove to the Jacksonville six-yard line on third down. Quarterback Colt McCoy tried to hit tight end Ben Watson, but was intercepted by Jacksonville defensive back Dawan Landry.

Check out the video of McCoy’s interception right here.

Landry returned the ball 28 yards before being tackled by none other than McCoy himself. Cleveland did manage to get something of a break, if you can call it that, on the play. McCoy looked as though he was injured while making the tackle, but he managed to return to the field on the next drive.

In the fourth quarter, he connected with Josh Cribbs for a touchdown pass to make it a 14-7 game in their favor.

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