DeAngelo Hall had a busy Thanksgiving game against the Dallas Cowboys. The Redskins cornerback got his fourth interception of the season, had two pass deflections and recovered a crucial onside kick that sealed Washington's 38-31 victory. But he may have been lucky to just be on the field in the second half, thanks to the officials who missed an altercation between him and Cowboys star Dez Bryant.
On Dallas' first possession of the third quarter, Tony Romo threw a short pass to running back Felix Jones that he took down the left sideline for 33 yards. But after the play, the FOX cameras caught Hall and Bryant having a heated exchange. After Bryant put his finger in his face and lightly shoved him, Hall took a quick swipe at his opponent's helmet. Bryant looked around to see if anyone noticed what Hall had done, but apparently no referee saw it.
Someone on the Cowboys sideline went over to pull Bryant away after he had faked like he was going to punch Hall. Later, the FOX cameras showed what looked like the two making up.
Should Hall have been ejected from the game, or at least penalized?
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