Yeah, apparently the clock had initially gone below 2 minutes on the safety play, so they told Flowers to fair catch it. Then the refs put extra time on the clock, the Ravens sideline didn't notice until the return team was already on the field, and they couldn't get Flowers's attention. Seems like a time out might have been a good idea there, although it also seems like the refs should be really, really clear any time they reset the clock from after the 2-minute warning to before.
This is my main gripe with all things Harbs. Aside from his past lack of "general guidance" to coordinators based on game situation (score, field position, clock, TOs), which is a problem... there are times when it should be on HIM to step in and say "Stop everything, let's make sure we're all on the right page and we know what to do". I noticed the game clock, and I'm dumb as a rock sitting in the 500s.
He doesn't do it. He hardly ever does it. The evidence remains overwhelming for his "supportive spectator" role between kick-off and triple zeroes.
I'd really, really love to know what happened on the Lamar run / Indy penalty around the 3:30-3:20 mark of the 4th where the clock stopped and never restarted until the next snap (on a DEFENSIVE penalty). Someone explain to me how that isn't wrong?