The game did not seem as close as the final score to me. I thought we were pretty poor, except for the defense in the second half, which really rallied. But even so, I thought we were beaten pretty soundly in all 3 phases. Kickoff coverage was horrible, as were special teams in general. The defense was undisciplined at times, and the offense really sputtered. Unlike the announcers, I thought a couple of those screen plays were really well designed and had the potential to totally open things up, but our execution on them was just terrible. Those are timing plays and the timing was bad, and that's simply a matter of practice. The bottom line, though, in the end, the play of the game was the interception on the first drive. It shifted everything around, giving them the extra possession and forcing us to play catch up. The reality is that teams that are losing -- even by a small margin -- make mistakes in the NFL. We don't play catch up very well. We do play the hold on game well, though. Losing Harrison hurt, but we still seem to me to be a shut down corner away from being a championship team.