NFL: Cleveland 14, Jacksonville 10

Nov. 20, 2011 at 5:02 PM

CLEVELAND, Nov. 20 (UPI) -- Colt McCoy's 3-yard TD pass to Josh Cribbs in the fourth quarter Sunday provided the difference in the Cleveland Brown's 14-10 win over Jacksonville.

The scoring play with 12:15 remaining handed the Browns (4-6) a 14-7 advantage and, after the Jaguars kicked a field goal, Cleveland's defense held tough in the closing seconds to seal the victory.

On the game's final series, a pass interference call on Joe Haden resulted in a 1st-and-10 for Jacksonville from the Browns' 14.

The Jags (3-7) moved the ball down to the 1-yard line with 8 seconds left, but Blaine Gabbert missed on a pass to Jason Hill in the end zone on second down.

Gabbert again misfired on the final play of the game, sealing the win for the Browns.

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