A costly drop by Corey Coleman late in the Browns’ season finale against the Steelers is one he thinks will stick with him for a while.

With less than two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, and the Browns facing a 4th and 2 in Steelers territory trailing 28-24, Coleman had a pass go through his hands that would have been good for a first down. You can see the drop below.

Cleveland was unable to regain after the turnover on downs and went on to lose the game, becoming the second team to finish 0-16.

After the game, Coleman was the subject of ridicule and blame for not being able to secure what appeared to be a routine catch. Perhaps no one felt worse about it than Coleman, who later said it’s a drop that he will likely think about “forever.”