If this happened on ESPN, they would force Joe Flacco to offer a sincere apology on the podium while accepting the Vince Lombardi Trophy. It's not quite a wardrobe malfunction, but it's always nice to get one past the censors with 110 million people watching at home.
I don't understand why people constantly are under the impression everything is shown on a delay.
For future reference/general rule of thumb: Unless a player, coach or referee is wearing a mic that is open on TV all the time, the event is always live.
Hey, Nyjer Morgan did it on TBS when he had the game winning hit. The only difference is there was a reporter right next to him. Hot mic!