Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall gave up a 24-yard Dez Bryant touchdown in the first quarter of today’s loss to the Cowboys, and a crucial 26-yard Bryant catch in overtime was Hall’s fault, too. Afterward a dejected Hall said the Redskins would be better off without him.
“I can’t point a finger at anybody but myself. The way I’m playing right now, they need to go and cut me, because I’m definitely not worth what I’m getting. It’s frustrating,” Hall told the Associated Press.
Hall wasn’t saying he wants out of Washington. He says he wants to stay. But he also says he realizes that the quality of his play is totally unacceptable.
“Hopefully they see something in me and bring me back next year,” Hall added. “But the way things are going right now, I’m definitely not playing up to par.”
Hall’s bad day was a big reason the Redskins failed to win despite a surprisingly solid effort from their offense. At least Hall knows he has himself to blame.