"The thing that made me want to go for it was, I thought we'd get it," Harbaugh said Monday during his weekly news conference. "We knew we had to kick a field goal, and we knew we had to score a touchdown. We knew we needed two scores if a field goal was going to be part of it, and we knew that that was going to be the case. If it had been more than fourth-and-a-foot – and it was really six inches – I probably would have kicked the field right there and get the one score under our belt. The fact that it was six inches, we all felt real strongly that we were going to get that done. My personal philosophy as a coach is you give your guys a chance to make plays. They won't always make the play, but you can't run scared. I trust our players, and I think most of the time, the vast majority of the time, our guys will come through and make those plays, and that's pretty good evidence when you look at the rest of the game. So I'll continue to trust our guys."