Gif Recap: Redskins Playoff Loss to the Seahawks via Stephen Colbert Animated Gifs

The highs and lows of the Redskins playoff matchup to the Seahawks using gifs from the brilliant, Stephen Colbert.

After three snoozer wild card games, surely, RGIII vs Russell Wilson would be an entertaining one...


Redskins score first on a short TD pass to Evan Royster...up 7-0...


Redskins go up 14-0 with RGIII pass to Logan to the one Seahawk fan next to me....


RGIII clearly limping off the field after the TD it time for Kirk Cousins now?


The Seahawks score all the rest of the points....five times...three FGs and 2 TDs...


Kirk Cousins to Mike and Kyle Shanahan at half time...


RGIII's response when asked by Mike Shanahan if he is healthy enough to keep going...


RGIII is down on the field and not getting up...based on my text messages and seeing London Fletcher out there with RGIII, if RGIII's knee could talk....


What Trent Williams made clear to Richard Sherman by smacking him post-game....


My brain process trying to comprehend why Redskins WRs were so scared to go over the middle in a playoff game...


If the Fedex turf field could talk....


My overall feelings on the Redskins 2012 season being relevant and entertaining...


Hopefully what we'll all be saying if RGIII's knee injury means he won't miss any time to start the 2013 season...


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