Vick, who lined up alone in the backfield, took a shotgun snap and was immediately pressured up the middle. He spun around one defender and ducked under another before running to his right and lobbing a pass to tight end Clay Harbor in the corner of the end zone. It took at least five seconds for Vick to handle the snap, avoid the rush and throw the touchdown pass, so it was no surprise that the 49ers lost track of Harbor. And that was inside the red zone. Those broken plays are even tougher to defend when Vick has the length of the field to work with, and with speedy wideouts DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin running into open space.