AUDIO: DeAngelo Hall's Profanity-Laced Rant After Redskins' Loss To Cowboys

DeAngelo Hall was very frustrated after the Washington Redskins' 18-16 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football and unleashed a rant for the ages to reporters in the locker room. It was a pretty short rant -- about a minute and a half in total -- but it was one with lots of substance. Most notably, Hall called out the play-calling of defensive coordinator Jim Haslett on the Cowboys' third and 21 conversion, something we did as well.

The full audio can be heard here with some loud bleeps, via 106.7 The Fan's Sky Kerstein. Dan Steinberg posted a full transcript over at DC Sports Bog. Here's the relevant section.

Can you just talk about when he scrambles, how hard it is to stay with Dez as long as you had to.

You ain’t supposed to have to. You ain’t supposed to have to. But, I mean, [bleep] happens.

That play worked for you guys a lot earlier in the game.

Yeah, but sooner or later somebody’s gonna [bleeping] figure it out. You don’t have to be a [bleeping] rocket scientist to figure it out after a while.

 

For more on the Redskins vs. Cowboys Monday Night showdown, visit this StoryStream. Visit Hogs Haven for more on the Redskins, and visit Blogging the Boys and SB Nation Dallas for more on the Cowboys.

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