Highlights from 'Mic'd Up' include funny exchange between Bill Belichick, Rob Gronkowski following Super Bowl LIII

Ryan Hannable
February 07, 2019 - 9:19 am

NFL Films does a tremendous job with capturing the moments on the field in big games, and Super Bowl LIII was no different.

After several highlights were shown on Showtime's "Inside the NFL" Tuesday night, a lot more was shown on NFL Network's "Mic'd Up" on Wednesday.

One of the biggest takeaways was Bill Belichick's pure joy after the game, and that included a conversation with Rob Gronkowski about "stepping out."

Belichick also had a genuine exchange with Trey Flowers when he praised the defense for only allowing three points.

On the field, there were also a few things that caught our attention.

In the huddle before the final third-and-1 play late in the game, Julian Edelman told Sony Michel to wipe down his arms to get the sweat off as a way to help with ball security. It makes sense, but is something you'd never think of.

Then when Michel was stopped short and it was fourth-and-inches, Tom Brady seems like the person who ultimately convinced Belichick to kick the field goal and not go for it.

Related: Final Super Bowl LIII thoughts, including why Brian Flores deserves more credit