Cowboys Vs. Redskins: DeAngelo Hall Says He Would Cut Himself For Poor Play

For the second time this season, DeAngelo Hall was beat in a key play that led to a Dallas Cowboys' win over the Washington Redskins. This time, it was Hall struggling in coverage against Dez Bryant, who slipped past his spot in the zone for a first down on third and 15 that eventually led to Dan Bailey's game-winning field goal and a 27-24 Redskins loss.

After the game, Hall was livid at himself. Here's a transcript of his interview with reporters, via Rich Campbell of the Washington Times.

"I feel like I had a good game up until that point, but when you’re paying a guy the kind of money I’m making, you expect him to make that play. Two times in a row – I would cut myself if I was in the front office."

Later, Hall said if he were in charge, he would be the first one to "run myself out."

For more on the Redskins, please visit Hogs Haven, SB Nation's Redskins blog. For more on the Cowboys, please visit SB Nation Dallas and Blogging the Boys, SB Nation's Cowboys blog. For coverage of Sunday's Redskins/Cowboys matchup, please visit this StoryStream.

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