Jets’ Joe Flacco talks ‘otherworldly’ Super Bowl win, football future

Jets backup QB Joe Flacco connects with Post columnist Steve Serby for some Q&A ahead of his fourth start of the season, with Sam Darnold sidelined with a shoulder injury.

Q: What was the feeling like holding the Lombardi Trophy after you won Super Bowl XLVII MVP by beating the 49ers in February 2013?

A: I don’t know if I was on this planet. My wife, my mom were down on the field, and I just remember looking back at them. It’s tough to look back on that ’cause I don’t know exactly what memories are real and what I’m just kind of making up. It was definitely otherworldly.

Q: Describe your on-field mentality.

A: I try to stay as in the moment as I can. My on-field mentality is, to a certain extent, how I am off the field. I’m probably a little bit more reserved on the field. I don’t like to let my emotions get the best of me, I like to try to stay in the moment as much as possible. I’m confident, but I don’t like to showboat, and I tend to view a lot of the things other than your normal celebrations or sitting on the bench and not crying and not doing a bunch of antics. I kind of view a lot of those things as, “Look at me,” or you’re looking to pass blame on others, so I just try to stay…

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