Live from Owings Mills: Harbaugh said team has turned page on Atlanta, respect toward Panthers

November 15, 2010 | Ryan Chell

and every game’s a dogfight it seems like.”

Ultimately, Harbaugh said the players have been very quick since Thursday’s loss to pick up where they went wrong, which is what he wants to see.

“The players are real introspective,” Harbaugh added. “They know their issues, and we kind of work it out together.”

Ravens send Josh Wilson Play to NFL’s Office of Officiating

Controversy surrounded the deciding and go-ahead touchdown for the Falcons Thursday night as there was a debate as to whether Falcons wide receiver Roddy White pushed Ravens corner back Josh Wilson to the ground on his 33-yard touchdown catch that put Atlanta up for good.

Harbaugh said he and his staff went over the play and after reviewing it,  they decided to send the play into the NFL office for them to hopefully make a ruling on how the officials should have reacted to the play.

Harbaugh could not go into further detail though because the process was still in effect.

“We turned in the Josh Wilson play and we turned in a number of other plays.”

“We talked on Friday with Carl Johnson[NFL VP of Officiating]. I’m not allowed to say what the conversation was. We haven’t got the final report back or I would be fined.”

Several players though pleased Harbaugh and he said he loves just looking at their particular plays they made in Thursday’s loss. Two of those players are pass rusher Terrell Suggs, who had two sacks, and wide receiver Donte Stallworth, who made himself (cont)