"It's probably some of that," Harbaugh said. "To me, it's a product of everything across the board. Typically, you say, 'OK, this guy's not involved. That guy's not involved.' It's something you can take a look at, but when you start breaking it down and you start studying it, what you really find out is it's more a product of us executing. It's more a product of all the things, whether it's protecting the quarterback or running the ball or getting more plays or getting first downs to create more plays.