Monroe labored as he shuffled his feet to try to set up wide and Perry slapped down Monroe's hands as he tried to latch on to him and blew by Monroe, spiking the ball out of Flacco's hand as he tried to throw. "I feel like I played solid, but ... I took a bad set and the guy was able to strip the ball from Joe and that set up the score," Monroe told the team's website after the game. "You never want that to happen." The ball bounced to Packers rookie defensive end Datone Jones, who scooped it up and sprinted toward the left pylon. Right tackle Michael Oher showed good awareness by racing to cut off his angle to the end zone, allowing center Gino Gradkowski to tackle Jones at the 13-yard line, preventing a touchdown. Crosby would put the ball through the uprights this time, giving Green Bay a 6-0 halftime lead. The Ravens would eventually lose by two points, and at his postgame press conference, Harbaugh was asked to explain why he decided to attack the Packers late in the second quarter instead of taking a knee. "I felt like we had a good chance with our kicker," said Harbaugh, who also defending his decision to go for it on fourth-and-1 in the second quarter. "We had a better chance to complete a pass [or] get an offensive pass interference than we did to have that happen. You've got confidence in your guys. You give your guys a chance to make plays in situations like that. They made a nice play, and it cost us three points."