Because you probably won’t find a more impassioned postgame transcript, here is the full 84-second session between DeAngelo Hall and reporters. The audio comes via 106.7 The Fan, but there are bad words, so go listen at your peril. Six bad words in 46 seconds, to be precise.
People when they watch on TV will say D, he got beat on the play, but you guys had zero help.
“They can say whatever the [bleep] they want to say. I could care less.
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.
So it wasn’t a good play?
You tell me. The end result was first down.
The facemask was just a bad break, grabbing at…
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.
Defense was just hanging on, hanging on, keeping them out of the end zone. Eventually does that catch up to you?
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.