The CBS cameras caught Flacco with his guard down at a moment of celebration, so you can't blame Flacco for not censoring himself. It's as much CBS' fault for turning the microphones on when adults were celebrating the pinnacle of their career.
The reason they do that is to bring compelling moments from the Super Bowl champions to their audience. But CBS can't control what those moments will be. Sometimes, that means some words will hit the air that will make network executives nervous.
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