49ers fans have every right to be frustrated with how their team has fallen off a cliff in recent years. Four seasons ago, they were in the Super Bowl and three seasons ago, they were a play or two away from heading back there, before losing to the Seahawks in the NFC Championship game.

But ever since, and especially after Jim Harbaugh was let go by the organization, things have really fallen apart, and fans are quick to voice their displeasure… or yearn for better days.

In case you can’t quite see, that says, “Levi’s Stadium: The House that Harbaugh Built.” You can always count on angry football fans to voice their displeasure with their team’s performances in creative and interesting ways, and this is certainly one of them.

This comes on the heels of reports that both Chip Kelly and GM Trent Baalke are going to be fired in a major offseason house-cleaning for the 49ers, who would become the first team in NFL history to fire two coaches after one season in consecutive seasons. While Harbaugh is having loads of success at Michigan, the 49ers are struggling to win more than a few games a year.

The other protest against the recent performance of the team will probably be a host of empty seats at Levi’s Stadium today as the 49ers play for the potential first overall pick in the draft. But it does look like the angry 49ers fans are going to get at least part of their wish: Changes appear to be coming by the Bay.

About Matt Lichtenstadter

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