Explaining the Panthers' loss in GIFs

Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Because we're all talked out...

Talk is cheap, but GIFs are even cheaper. At this point we could wax poetically for thousands of words about the team's strengths, weaknesses and everything in between. Instead I thought that using some short clips from excellent TV shows are a good way to sum up Sunday's loss for fans who haven't watched the game, or need just the quick hits.

This week we turn to the fine folks at AMC.

Panthers force three-and-out on Seahawks' first posession

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Seahawks run long drive, score first point on field goal

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Panthers score first touchdown of 2013!

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Frank Alexander gets ejected, only to have Russell Wilson fumble the ball on a Charles Johnson sack.

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Nothing important happens for almost the entire second half.

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Then Russell Wilson throws a 43-yard touchdown just when you think the Panthers might pull this one off.

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It happened again...

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GIFs courtesy of the Mad Men and Breaking Bad GIF compilations found on Tumblr.

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