Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Cleveland Browns: Live Score, Video and Analysis
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McCoy finished 17 of 24 with 199 yards, despite being battered throughout much of the contest.
For the Jaguars, Blaine Gabbert had his finest game as a starter, finishing 22 of 41 with several dropped passes.
Gabbert led a fantastic drive in the closing moments, but his attempt at the comeback failed as Jason Hill dropped what would have been the game winner with three seconds left.
Jacksonville falls to 3-7, and Cleveland improves to 4-6.
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Jason Hill drops the game winner, as Gabbert's perfectly thrown ball bounces off his chest.
Next play, Mike Thomas, three seconds left.
Browns win, 14-10.
Jason Hill should be cut tomorrow with his putrid performance today. Gabbert played hard, played well, and almost pulled off a miracle.
Jaguars fall to 3-7, and Del Rio is as good as gone.
The Browns, behind a wonderful game by Colt McCoy, improve to 4-6.
8 seconds left. No timeouts. 2nd down on the 3-yard line.
Gabbert is feeling it...barking at his receivers, walking with a swagger, making plays....46 seconds left. Jags at the 15.
Gabbert has been hot in the fourth quarter...third down and short near the 30.
Two minute warning, Jaguars have it 2nd and 6 on their own 44-yard line. One timeout.
Browns drive down near the Jacksonville 20 only to miss a 39 yard field goal. This may be reviewed, but it looks like Jacksonville will have it, needing a touchdown to win.
Two and a half minutes remaining, Jacksonville has one timeout.
Gabbert is pressured on 3rd down, and throws the ball out of bounds, behind him.
Josh Scobee drills the 42-yard field goal, and Jacksonville trails 14-10 with five minutes left.
Gabbert with a HUGE strike to Jason Hill on 3rd and long.
Jaguars have it inside the Cleveland 40, and Gabbert is 3 of 4 on this drive. Nine minutes left.
McCoy to Cribbs on third down and short inside the Jacksonville 10-yard line makes it 14-7, Cleveland.
It looked like the Jacksonville defense would hold again, but a fantastic pass by McCoy means Blaine Gabbert is going to have to lead his first NFL 4th quarter comeback if the Jaguars plan on winning.
End of the third quarter, with Cleveland on the move and inside the Jacksonville 40 yard line.
Colt McCoy is still in the same, but he seems to have injured his shoulder on the Landry interception.
Browns have it now, and are moving near midfield.
Check that, Dawon Landry on the interception. Jaguars have it on their 31.
Third down pass by McCoy inside the ten is...
INTERCEPTED BY DWIGHT LOWERY!
Lowery read Josh Cribbs' slant route like a book, and brings it out past the Jacksonville 30.
Paul Posluszny absolutely DESTROYS Colt McCoy on third down and three. McCoy was slow to get up, and is being looked at on the sidelines.
However, Jacksonville gets called for "leaping" on the field goal attempt, and the Browns have it first and 10 at the 11 yard line.
The call, to be honest, was completely bogus, and Jacksonville has been the victim of at least three major calls in this game. All of them questionable at best.
Jacksonville's defense is leaking oil now, and the Browns are inside the Jaguars' 30 yard line.
Potential interception dropped by Joe Hayden, and Jacksonville is forced to punt.
Terrible pass by Gabbert on 3rd and 11, and he's now 11 of 20.
Blaine Gabbert is cooling off now, 11 of 19. One of his last five.
Jacksonville will start the 2nd half at their own 20 yard line after a touchback.
Jacksonville stalls out at the Cleveland 40, and the half comes to an end.
Jacksonville and Cleveland, still tied 7-7.
Jaguars on the move past midfield, as Gabbert hits Jarrett Dillard on a big 2nd down throw.
Gabbert is now 10 of 14.
Gabbert to Hill on a big third down that gets the Jaguars moving. 2:25 left in the half.
Gabbert is 8 of 12, 66 yards. Not a huge YPA, but definitely progress seen.
Ogbonnaya ties the game, 7-7, on a one yard touchdown run.
The touchdown was setup by a 51 yard pass completion from McCoy to Norwood.
Browns have it back, and are moving the football.
McCoy hit Little with a big second down completion that gets the Browns out near the 40.
After a Cleveland punt, Jacksonville has the ball on their own 26.
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