Joe Flacco ripped his own performance.
The Super Bowl MVP worked behind the counter at a Dairy Queen in suburban Baltimore, handing out ice cream sundaes and other orders, and his delivery wasn't quite as smooth as his throwing motion. In fact, he even committed a turnover, giving chicken fingers to a customer who had ordered burgers
His explanation? Lack of experience.
"I never had a job," Flacco told the Baltimore Sun. "My first job was quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens. I never had any experience with this, so that's why I'm not very good at it."
Flacco's presence Friday at the Dairy Queen in Rosedale, Md., was to present a $25,000 check to the Matthew J. Cheswick Memorial Fund, which was created in honor of a local high school student killed by a drunk driver in 2012.
It has been a busy season for Flacco, which includes signing a $120.6 million contract, appearing on David Letterman show, checking out Fashion Week in New York and being cast as Johnny Unitas in an upcoming film about the Baltimore Colts legend.
To hear it from Flacco, the Dairy Queen gig might have been the most challenging.
"If you were ordering sundaes from me and I was the one making them, you wouldn't be very happy with Dairy Queen," Flacco told USA Today. "Thank God that's not the case."