Meet Dana Flacco, Wife of Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco

Dan Carson@@DrCarson73Trending Lead WriterFebruary 4, 2013

Image via sportsmasher.com
Image via sportsmasher.com

Dana Flacco has been at games cheering her husband on long before his Super Bowl success. 

Their relationship began 11 years ago when they were seniors at Audubon High School in New Jersey and Joe was nothing more than a sought-after quarterback recruit, but the two have stuck together ever since.

Information about the couple is relatively scarce—Joe Flacco is “dull” and seems to maintain a pretty low-key lifestyle.

And with that, not much is known about their relationship besides the fact that they were high school sweethearts who got married in 2011 and they currently have a six-month-old child. 

But Dana is apparently the only person who can get Joe out of his shell, and the ridiculous wedding photos the couple staged for their big day were so amazing that the servers of the web site they are hosted on crashed due to the sheer amount of views they received.

And while we’re not mindreaders, we have a feeling Joe and Dana will be cutting loose again tonight in celebration of the Ravens' victory over the 49ers and Joe’s selection as MVP of the Super Bowl.

Lights, camera and action, Mr. and Mrs. Flacco. The spotlight is on you.

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