After four games, Ravens coach John Harbaugh has yet to see the offense he pictured in his mind's eye as he thought ahead to the 2016 season. Big plays have clicked too infrequently and miscues have stalled the Ravens at inopportune times. But as Harbaugh explained his thinking Monday in the wake of the Ravens' first loss of the season, he expressed no loss of faith in the team's offensive talent or in offensive coordinator Marc Trestman's scheme. "We know what we want it to feel like and look like," he said. "And from a production standpoint, we're not there. We have to dive down inside and find a way to get it there. I've got my ideas. Marc's got his ideas. … One thing you don't do is you don't overreact. That's the starting point. That's when things get rough. We have a good plan."