Fans boo 49ers after struggling in first half vs. Colts


The fans at Levi's Stadium booed as the 49ers went into halftime of Sunday night's game against the Indianapolis Colts, and it was tough to blame them.

Aside from sitting through two quarters of a torrential downpour, the play on the field gave very little for the home crowd to cheer about in the first half. San Francisco put together an eight-play, 78-yard touchdown drive on the opening possession of the game, but it was mostly downhill from there. Both teams struggled with the elements, but it was the 49ers who trailed 13-12 at half.

A chorus of boos rained down as the 49ers went into the locker room. It certainly didn't help that San Francisco chose to kneel out the clock despite getting the ball back with a minute remaining.

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The 49ers entered Sunday night's game riding a three-game losing streak. If the second half doesn't go any better, the season could get away from them in a hurry.