Forty-niners CEO Jed York isn't a popular person in San Francisco right now. As a matter of fact, if Sunday's game at Levi's Stadium is any indication, he might be the least popular person in the Bay Area.

Before the 49ers game against Arizona on Sunday, a banner flew over the stadium that read, "Jed & 49ers Should Mutually Part Ways." 

Basically, that's the fans way of kindly asking York to quit his job. 

The fans clearly have a sense of irony. When the 49ers decided to let Jim Harbaugh go last December, they released a statement saying that Harbaugh and the team had "mutually agreed to part ways."

The 49ers have a pretty much been a disaster since Harbaugh left. 

The fans in San Francisco dislike York so much that they actually raised over $1,000 to fly the banner on Sunday, which probably turned out to be a long day for York. Not only did the 49ers CEO have to deal with the banner before the game, but then he had to sit through a 19-13 loss that dropped the 49ers to 3-8. 

Jed York isn't a popular guy in San Francisco. (Twitter)
Jed York isn't a popular guy in San Francisco. (Twitter)