"They were stacking the box against us and when they do that, we had some options in there to throw or to run. A lot of it was called passes, all things that we have a lot of confidence in. I feel good about that and I think we're going to make most of those but we didn't. I'm disappointed by the fact that we didn't convert those," Harbaugh said. "You go back and look at all that and you certainly do second guess yourself."
Harbaugh undoubtedly wasn't the only one doing that Monday as the Ravens reviewed game film and conducted meetings. Flacco was off throughout the second half and the wide receivers struggled to gain separation and none of them had more than two catches. Asked about facing press coverage, Harbaugh acknowledged that the Ravens "have to find a way to beat some of that stuff."
"We've got no choice but to move on," said Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin. "We've got a good team coming in."