End zone: After being limited to special teams in the first two games, rookie inside linebacker Kamalei Correa made his defensive debut Sunday and almost intercepted another Bortles pass in the first quarter. "He was in position," Harbaugh said. "He played more plays. He played well. It was good to see him out there. Kind of get his first chance as a defensive player. Played well last week on special teams and played well again this week on special teams. So I think he's starting to feel his oats a little bit and hopefully be the player we know he's going to be sooner rather than later." … Harbaugh shared an interesting anecdote about himself and his brother, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, when asked if the team's ability to win narrow games inspires confidence among the players and coaches. "When we go to the mall, we don't start at the parking spaces in the back row," the elder Harbaugh said. "We drive right to the front row. There's going to be someone pulling out. Yeah, the place is packed and it might say 'no parking available,' but someone's going to leave just as we come in. It's just always worked out that way for us. I think that's a good way to approach life. When you start having some good things happen for you – like our team has – you can build on those things because you just believe that good things are going to happen."