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Redskins defensive end Jason Hatcher was visibly frustrated and upset after Sunday's game, not because of the loss, but because of what he considered blatant officiating bias against Washington.
His comments transcribed:
"We've got to check ourselves, everybody's gotta look ourselves in the mirror. This is a team sport, we lost as a team. Everybody's gotta get themselves together, get mentally and physically tougher, so we can go in here and win.
It's going to be hard, you know. We're fighting against teams and the referees. It just is what it is. You know, I'm not saying it out of character to get fined, but it is what it is.
I don't know if it's about the name or what. But at the same time, we play football, too. We work out butts off, too. You know, don't single us out. At the end of the day, it's the name. Don't worry about the name. We're players and we work out butts off, too. So I'm just frustrated with it. We shouldn't have to be punished for that.
Every game, it's just calls after calls should have been made in our favor but they go to them. And it's just not right. We're in the league, too. We are National Football players. We've got a team too. We go out there and we sweat and we work hard, too.
I don't give a crap about the name. We are players and we've got feelings too. And we want to win, too."
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