BY ERIC GARLAND, CSNmidatlantic.com
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh didn’t mince words during his postgame press conference, calling his team’s blowout loss to the Seahawks “the worst game we’ve played all year.”
“We had assignment issues, we had technique issues, we didn’t match up correctly, it was bad,” he said of the team’s 35-6 loss to Seattle.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson crushed the Ravens secondary, throwing for 292 yards and five touchdowns, but Harbaugh wouldn’t call out any specific player despite the poor outing.
“It’s no individual guy’s fault, it’s just not as good as it needs to be,” Harbaugh said. “I’ll take responsibility for that. We’ve got to play way, way better pass defense.”
The offensive side of the ball wasn’t much kinder to the Ravens, with fill-in quarterback Jimmy Clausen throwing a pick and having no touchdown passes. The Ravens also only gained 17 yards on the ground as a team.
“We just have to find a way to play better as a football team,” Harbaugh said.
Watch Harbaugh’s full press conference in the video above.
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