Going into the fourth quarter, the Browns and Jaguars remain tied at 7-7. The Browns are currently driving down the field to start the fourth quarter.
The Browns could be ahead 10-7 but an almost certain scoring drive ended in turnover. The Browns were driving down the field before Colt McCoy was intercepted at the three-yard line. McCoy’s pass, intended for tight end Benjamin Watson, was picked off by Dawan Landry, who returned the ball 28 yards to the Jacksonville 31.
The ensuing drive was stopped by the Browns thank s in large part to defensive tackle Phil Taylor. The rookie tackled Maurice Jones-Drew for a loss and forced the Jaguars to punt after pressuring quarterback Blaine Gabbert.
On the game, Jones-Drew has carried the ball 16 times for 71 yards and a touchdown. Gabbert is 12 of 23 for 115 yards passing. McCoy is 12 of 18 for 162 yards.