Flacco made his "Late Show" appearance after getting keys to a new 2014 Corvette Stingray and sharing a parade float with Mickey Mouse in Orlando, Fla.
Fresh off his trip to Disney World to celebrate the Baltimore Ravens big win, Joe Flacco hit the "Late Show" to talk all things 2013 Super Bowl.
Particularly, the now infamous power outage.
"I just thought it was a little strange," The hunky quarterback told David Letterman Monday. "It was kind of funny. I mean, some of our guys had a good time with it. Jacoby [Jones] is from New Orleans, so he started to look into the crowd and get them all going and had a lot of fun with it. We didn't play too well afterwards, but...I don't know if that was the reason."
So, was the power outage the work of San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh (Ravens coach John Harbaugh's brother) whose team was down by 22 at the time, Letterman asked.
"Hey, being an older brother and having a lot of younger ones, that's definitely something they would do," Flacco said jokingly.
As far as his teammate Ray Lewis, who was recently parodied on Saturday Night Live, Flacco said the now retired football star has been a "great teammate" and has "something special."
Flacco was announced the Super Bowl's Most Valuable Player after the game, was given the keys to a 2014 Corvette Stingray and rode in a parade with Mickey Mouse in Orlando before heading to the show.
Not a bad couple of days!
Check out a clip from the interview, courtesy of CBS: