By Kate Ward, Hollywood.com Staff
Your move, FCC. Just eight years after Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake found themselves chest-deep in hot water following Super Bowl XXXVIII's famed Nipplegate, audiences tuning into the Super Bowl were privy to yet another NSFW moment. Minutes after the Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers 34 to 31, the Ravens' starting quarterback, Joe Flacco, dropped an f-bomb on camera much to the surprise of CBS' censors.
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Celebrating with fellow Ravens player Marshal Yanda, Super Bowl XLVII MVP Flacco said, ""F**kin' awesome!"" within reach of CBS' microphones, but the network surprisingly missed the expletive. See the moment below (while you can):
CBS did not immediately respond to Hollywood.com's request for comment. No doubt the network wished the power would have waited until this moment to black out.
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