Patriots safety/captain Duron Harmon transitioned from the upbeat experience of reading to 250 elementary school students on Friday to a more reflective place shortly thereafter. One month removed from Super Bowl LII, he acknowledged that turning the page has been an ongoing, painful process. "There's not a day that goes by that I don't think about that game. I'm pretty sure everybody on our team feels the same way," Harmon said. "The only thing you can do is just learn from it -- what put us in position to lose that game and how to never do that again." What has Harmon, who played 65 of 75 defensive snaps on a night the Eagles racked up 374 passing yards, learned most? "The main thing I've taken from that game is missed opportunities. Not getting off the field on third down (Eagles were 10 of 16). Not marrying up good pressure with good pass coverage. We had opportunities to get off the field, to make plays and tackles, and we didn't do it," he said. "You have to realize that the team that makes fewer mistakes is going to win, and they made a little bit less mistakes than us that allowed them to get the win." With the 2018 league year officially starting March 14 (teams can begin negotiating with agents for players on other teams March 12), Harmon was asked his thoughts on a Patriots team that is guaranteed to look significantly different.