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40-of-61, 350 yards.
Colt McCoy's stat line may be a bit padded thanks to the amount of garbage time in this game, but the numbers are nonetheless impressive.
Unfortunately for Colt, he made an error that cost the Browns immensely. It was an unusual decision by Colt, because it's not often he makes a truly dumb decision.
When that ball was returned to the house by the Titans, it was clear that the game was over, but Colt was determined to go out there and do the best he could regardless of his mistake.
Even before the interception, I was impressed with Colt's ability to pass efficiently and move the Browns down the field. No, the Browns couldn't score a touchdown, but they did move the ball into the Titans territory nearly every time they had the ball, and most of that was due to Colt's ability to pass the ball.
After the interception, Colt looked even more impressive. He took the team down the field and threw a touchdown over the middle to Ben Watson.
He threw for around 100 or so yards in the final quarter, while, although it was garbage time, he could've been upset about the interception. It showed the mental toughness that we've always seen from Colt.
In an otherwise bleak game, Colt McCoy provided some kind of light. He showed that he is the leader of this offense, and no matter the situation can get the job done.