ReedNo active NFL player has ever produced as many interceptions against his division opponents than Reed, who has 24 picks against AFC North teams. Reed intercepted McCoy twice last December in Cleveland.
"You have to know where Ed Reed is," McCoy said. "He’s a playmaker, a ballhawk. He can be here one time and there the next time."
McCoy isn't the only Browns quarterback to have trouble playing against the seven-time Pro Bowl safety.
Reed has more interceptions (10), interception return yardage (356), interceptions returned for touchdowns (3) and passes defensed (18) against the Browns than any other opponent. In November 2004, he set the then-NFL record with a 106-yard interception return for a touchdown against the Browns, a mark he has since broken.