Originally written on The Other Paper  |  Last updated 12/2/14

It appears Jason Hatcher took  Jason Pierre-Paul's words about "bloodshed" pretty seriously this week. After the Giants defensive end promised that blood would be spilled on Sunday, Hatcher ended up with the last word — and bloodied photo to prove it.The Cowboys defeated the Giants at MetLife Stadium and, after the game, Hatcher mocked the defensive end's comments and touted the Cowboys for not trash-talking during the week. He joked that he "ate" a member of the Giants and talked about "leftover blood."Hatcher posted this picture to his Instagram account from the locker room after the game. He wrote:"They say blood would be shed. Just finished eating a giant. #actionspeaklouderthanwords"At his postgame interview, Hatcher went on to criticize the Giants, who guaranteed a win but didn't back up their boasts."I didn't let it affect me at all," Hatcher said. "Actions speak louder than words, so we went out there and we did what we were supposed to do tonight. They talked their talk. They has to back it up and they didn't. We came out with the victory. We came into their house and we took it from them."Were the Cowboys upset about the talk leading into the week?"Absolutely," Hatcher said. "When you feel disrespected as a team...coming into somebody's house and they don't even respect you as a team? Yeah, I'm proud of my team. We've got a long ways to go. We just got to keep it up. We took this victory tonight. We took it."

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