"We did replace as many guys as we could," Harbaugh began. "You only get so many guys in pro football. All the guys that went in, went in except for [rookie quarterback] Tyrod [Taylor]. And after thinking about it, I think we did the right thing. I don't know what you gain by a quarterback going in a situation and handing off three times, taking a knee twice, and facing one third-and-11. To me, there is more to be gained by the guys that did go in – the two offensive linemen, the running back, the wide receivers being with the quarterback that, in the event of an injury, they're most likely to be playing with. Jah Reid jumped. He flinched and took a five-yard penalty. Well, I don't know how many flinches Jah Reid's got, but if he's playing, maybe that's one out of the way that he won't have when it really counts perhaps. Tandon Doss was on a route there and Joe Flacco was throwing it to him. So that's one bit of game experience that those guys wouldn't have with Joe for when it really counts. So that's really the point.