Okay, so it might not be the best idea for a rookie to taunt an entire franchise and their obnoxiously entitled fanbase. Especially when he will likely have to see them again soon if he plans on the Panthers remaining competitive for years to come. With that said, I still endorse his decision to do so. He wasn't just speaking for himself. He wasn't just speaking for his team. He was speaking for every single person that's not a '12'. Show me a football fan that doesn't root for Seattle, and I will show you a football fan that has wanted to say "fuck y'all" to Seahawks fans. Show me a person that's not from the Pacific Northwest and I'll show you a person that has said "fuck the Seahawks" at least once over the course of the last three years. Shaq Thompson didn't just take an unnecessary parting shot at the Seattle Seahawks, he gave the vast majority a voice, and that's something I can respect. Hell, the only likable aspect of the Seahawks was their beast of a running back and he's about to catch a first class ticket out of town. This might not be the best timing for this with an NFC Championship Game quickly approaching, but I'll be damned if I can't get behind the message.
P.S. This is really Mike Tolbert's fault anyway. You just know Shaq Thompson didn't think any negativity could possibly come out of a seven second video that's supposed to vanish forever after one showing. Come on Mike. Stop compromising the integrity of the SnapChat game.