After throwing some solid shots at the Redskins’ Twitter account on Saturday, the Panthers were back at it after their commanding 44–16 win.

By Extra Mustard
November 22, 2015

After throwing some solid shots at the Redskins’ Twitter account on Saturday, the Panthers were back at it after their commanding 44–16 win.

The Redskins posted a video of their fans singing in Carolina on Saturday, deeming it “Redskins country.” The Panthers did not take too kindly to that, providing a quality ether.

Washington, of course, had their trademark on “Redskins” canceled last year after it was deemed offensive to Native Americans.

After Sunday’s win, Carolina managed to burn them not once, but twice in the same tweet, combining Kirk Cousins’s famous “You Like That!” meme, and the team’s loss of their trademark.

The Panthers clearly don’t need any help with their social media team, but in the event that they do, maybe they should consider hiring the guy who made this Vine:

#https://vine.co/v/izhiHVFn3Qi

- Kenny Ducey

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