*The Patriots adjusted their defensive coverage to a Cover-2 alignment in the second half in an effort to disrupt the Ravens' offensive rhythm. The change seemed to work, but Harbaugh defended offensive coordinator Cam Cameron's play-calling, which is being characterized as conservative in some circles. "If you understand the coverage that they were playing, we had good plays called," Harbaugh said. "We had downfield routes called against it. The checkdown is always really good against that if the downfield routes don't express themselves, and we had runs called against it, which you like against a three-man rush, especially some draws. So I don't think there was anything conservative about it. I don't think we executed it, I don't we did a great enough job as coaches to explain to our players exactly how to attack it. We look at this thing, and that's what we do all morning. We look at it and say, 'You know what, what can we do better as coaches and players to solve that issue?' Here's a team that had two weeks to prepare for us, and they had a couple pretty good ideas against us. They jammed our tight ends up pretty good. Those are all things that I think if we look at very carefully, we grow from."