Some good quotes from the Redskin’s win over the Bears

“I’m an ex-offensive guy, you know, I’m an ex-receiver, running back, so you know, I definitely take pride in, uh, take pride in catching that ball. In Atlanta I played a little bit of receiver, so it’s easy for me, man, catching the ball is pretty easy for me.” – DeAngelo Hall speaking to CSN’s Brian Mitchell

“You know what man, Jay’s a little bit, he don’t really understand, I guess, the game, the game of football . . . You know, he completed four passes against me when I was out in Oakland and he was in Denver on a Monday Night Football game, and I knew leading up to the game he was still feeling good about that. He made some smart, snide comments about that after that game, so I knew definitely he was gonna try to come out there and try me, and it didn’t work for him.” – DeAngelo Hall on ESPN’s Sports Center addressing Jay Cutler’s comments

“When we were warming up . . . I started crying a little bit . . . I could hear my younger brother, ‘You’re crying over me?’  I had to dry the tears up, and be a big brother, and go play ball.” – Albert Haynesworth speaking about his emotions before the game at the Redskins post-game press conference

“I can still play as good as I did, you know, in the past . . . All I do is the stuff I did at Tennessee and, um, so I’m feeling more comfortable in the defense and I guess you’ll see more production out of me.” – Albert Haynesworth at the Redskins post-game press conference

“Albert was able to wreak havoc . . . He’s really happy that we won; he’s really happy he’s here; he’s committed. As y’all can see, this guy’s a playmaker and they pay him that money for a reason.” – Brian Orakpo speaking about Haynesworth’s performance to CSN’s Kelli Johnson

“If you like defense, that was the game to be at.” – Mike Shanahan at the Redskins post-game press conference


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