Remember a couple weeks back when San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh expressed outrage over New York Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride's take that 49ers defensive tackle Justin Smith was "getting away with murder" with his defensive holding? Apparently, Harbaugh's ability to take offense at coaches attempting to influence officiating through the media does not extend to himself. The day after the 49ers beat the Seattle Seahawks, 13-6, on Thursday Night Football last week, Harbaugh was asked about Seattle's aggressive secondary play. Asked if his receivers seemed "locked up" by the Seahawks' practice of jamming receivers aggressively at the line of scrimmage and beyond, Harbaugh was specific without being specific. "Well, I wouldn't use the words 'locked up,'" he said. There's another word I would use. But, we'll take that up with the officials in New York, and get their view of it. That's the only position that we can be in ... I think that's just an important thing to address. I mean, what is this all being defined as? Is it physical play? Is it within the rules? I think that's the biggest question, is it within the rules what's happening. We have to ask that...