Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl

Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall wasn’t done talking Monday night.

Hall made pregame comments about targeting Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo’s ribs, and followed that up by being beaten on one of the game’s most important plays.
Instead of falling silent, like many people would, Hall went on a profane rant during postgame interviews. Hall wasn’t happy about the lack of help he received on a deep Romo pass to wide receiver Dez Bryant, or a facemask call against him.

Here is a list of comments from Hall’s postgame comments (courtesy of The Washington Post):

On whether people think he was beat on Romo’s pass to Bryant: “They can say whatever the [bleep] they want to say. I could care less.”

On how long he had to cover Bryant by himself: “You ain’t supposed to have to. You ain’t supposed to have to. But, I mean, [bleep] happens.”

On the Redskins calling another blitz on the play: “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.”

On whether the blitz call was a good one: “You tell me. The end result was a first down.”

On the facemask call: “It was a [bleeping] terrible call. I told the ref he should [bleeping] lose his job. Man, back up off me, man. Like I said, I told the ref after that call, that might have been the worst call of the game. He gonna get some demerit points for that call, because that wasn’t no facemask.”

On the Redskins’ attempts to hold off the Cowboys: “You know, you’ve got to keep points off the board, bottom line, and at the end of the day, if it was a field goal or a touchdown, it’s points on the board, man, and as a defense, we’ve got to keep points off the board, so we didn’t do a good job of doing that.”