Profane and precise, Joe Flacco expressed his euphoria after his Ravens defeated the 49ers, 34-31, in Super Bowl XLVII by dropping an F-bomb on CBS.
Coming off a thrilling Super Bowl victory, in which he threw for 287 yards and three touchdown pass, Flacco turned to offensive lineman Marshal Yanda and told him exactly how he felt.
Flacco shined on the NFL's biggest stage, capping off a masterful postseason run. The five-year veteran out of Delaware became the first signal-caller to throw 11 touchdown passes and zero interceptions in a single postseason. Before Flacco, Joe Montana and Steve Young were the only two quarterbacks ever to throw nine touchdown passes and zero picks in a single postseason, per ESPN Stats & Info.