You know your favorite team's season has officially taken a nosedive when the team's owner can't even give away free tickets on Twitter -- and that's what happened to the 49ers over the weekend.
At some point on Friday, 49ers owner Jed York decided it would be a good idea to go on Twitter and give some free tickets away to his team's Week 4 game against the Packers at Levi's Stadium.
I have a few tickets left for the game Sun. Let me know if you can make it #FaithfulFanTix— Jed York (@JedYork) October 3, 2015
The only problem with the plan is that York apparently forgot that he's the least popular person in San Francisco right now after running Jim Harbaugh out of town and hiring a guy who's led the team to a 1-3 start.
After York sent out his tweet, 49ers fans made jokes.
@JedYork I can't give my tickets away, either Jed.— Jake Echanove (@JakeEchanove) October 3, 2015
They also kindly let York know that they're not interested in his free tickets.
@JedYork wouldn't take Anything from you, cheapskate!! Worst owner in NFL HISTORY! Boycott JED— Big guy 82 (@GJ82) October 3, 2015
@JedYork don't get me wrong I love my niners, but its to damn painful tongo to Levis on Sunday for another 40 point defeat. You killed us.— Manuel Suárez (@manuuuga) October 3, 2015
This fan would probably take free Michigan tickets.
.@JedYork HOW BOUT THEM WOLVERINES!— Alex Dickel (@kadickel) October 3, 2015
This was also a popular answer.
@JedYork nobody likes you man— ShaqO (@Shaqoh) October 3, 2015
It's not clear who the tickets went to, but whoever got them was treated to a 17-3 loss by the 49ers.
If York really wants to excite fans on Twitter, he'll give away Super Bowl tickets. After all, Super Bowl 50 is being played at York's stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. The Feb. 7 game will be televised by CBS.