BALTIMORE -- The Dolphins were angry in the locker room after today's 26-10 loss to the Ravens.
Aside from being upset they were beaten, players went off for various and differing reasons.
Channing Crowder was upset because he said Baltimore fullback Le'ron McClain spit in his face, causing him to get angry during the third quarter. McClain, by the way, denied the allegation.
"He spit in my face and that's the reason I got mad," Crowder said. "He's a bitch-ass punk. Write that."
Crowder also called McClain a "hoe." (By the way, according to the urban dictionary, hoe is spelled ho, but I like hoe better.)
In the Baltimore locker room, meanwhile, Derrick Mason was feasting on Crowder. He said Crowder is a "bad player," and that Crowder is so terrible he'll be out of the league before Mason, 36, retires.
"He's not a good football player," Mason said. "He needs to humble himself. They told me they would get him back for me and they did.'
Mason also called Crowder, "horrible."
Karlos Dansby obviously was expected to see things the way
"Man, if I'd have seen that, there would have been a damn brawl out there, straight up," Dansby said. "We don't play that. We some tough guys. But if you take a cowardly way like that, you need to be straightened. Hopefully, Roger Goodell will look at the film and he'll do something about it. If he don't, we'll see him in the street and we'll have to handle it like men.
"For you to spit in the guy's face and walk away, that's a coward move. That's a coward move. They supposed to be some tough guys. They ain't all that tough, they pull a coward move like that. They ain't that damn tough."
The anger extended to coach Tony Sparano. He was upset about the team's inability to tackle well today.
"We didn't tackle worth a crap," he said.