"We've got to get more precise in those areas, and it's every part of our offense in different ways, and the deep passing game is a part of that — the spacing of the routes, the timing of the routes, making the play on the ball," Harbaugh said. "If you look at some of the downfield passes that have been intercepted, they've mostly been contested balls. So you've got to go up and come down with that ball or the ball comes down with you so that the ball doesn't get tipped up in the air. That's happened three times to us on throws downfield, if I'm right about that. All three of those could have and should have been completed, and that's really the difference. When you make those plays downfield, good things happen."