Minutes after pulling off the largest comeback in NFL history on the road, Browns coach Mike Pettine admitted he might not survive another wild finish.
“I did tell them after the game they have to stop doing it,” Pettine said of Sunday’s 29-28 win over the Titans, per Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer. “I have an EKG scheduled for tomorrow because my heart can’t take many more of these. It’s a heck of a win for us, and we’re hopeful it will be a boost coming back home against the Steelers.”<\blockquote>
Overcoming a 25-point deficit on Sunday marked the largest comeback in the franchise’s long history and served as the fourth consecutive Browns game this season decided by three or fewer points — tied for the second most in the NFL all time to start a campaign.