On Monday, it seems the conversation at the water cooler is centering on the Super Bowl swearing rather than the Super Bowl commercials.
Following the victory of the Baltimore Ravens over the San Francisco 49ers, in dramatic fashion no less, quarterback Joe Flacco got extremely excited when he was congratulating his teammates after his impressive game.
With cameras surrounding him, Joe Flacco is heard dropping the F-bomb moments after the victory, no doubt making executives at CBS cringe.
No, it’s not a “wardrobe malfunction” like 10 years ago, and it wasn’t done in an official interview, but it’s possible that it’s something the FCC will end up looking into as the days and weeks go on.
It’s been a rough week for Joe Flacco in terms of using a poor choice of words. While many will be talking about the Super Bowl swearing for a few days, Joe found himself in even hotter water earlier this week.
Leading up to the Super Bowl, Joe Flacco used the word “retarded” in an interview when asked about the possibility of playing the Big Game in cold weather. Feeling like he made a major mistake, he was quick to apologize.
Strangely enough, while Flacco seems to be getting tons of attention for his play on the field and words off it, his own father called his son “dull” days before the Super Bowl kicked off.