JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Maurice Jones-Drew followed a 75-yard reception with a 1-yard touchdown dive, and the Jacksonville Jaguars overcame turnover problems to beat the banged-up Cleveland Browns 24-20 on Sunday.
Jones-Drew broke four tackles on a screen pass from David Garrard and weaved his way toward the end zone. Rookie Joe Haden made a touchdown-saving tackle that ended up taking precious seconds off the clock.
Jones-Drew scored two plays later, giving both teams dramatic finishes for the second time in as many games.
The Jaguars (6-4) beat Houston last week on Garrard's desperation pass to Mike Thomas on the final play. The Browns (3-7) lost to the New York Jets in overtime on Santonio Holmes' 37-yard TD reception.
Cleveland had a final chance to win this one, but Sean Considine tipped Colt McCoy's pass to Mike Bell at the goal line. The pass bounced off Bell's chest and landed in Considine's arms.