For the first time in Coach Jim Harbaugh’s three seasons, the San Francisco 49ers have lost consecutive games.
The frustration of falling to the Indianapolis Colts showed after Sunday’s 27-7 defeat at Candlestick Park, when, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, running back Frank Gore yelled angrily at Harbaugh while they walked off the field.
Gore finished with 11 carries for 82 yards, but most of that came in the first half. After halftime, he had three carries for 12 yards.
“When things are not going right you get frustrated,” Gore said after the game.
"But, I think the game kind of got different in the second half and we had to do what we had to do, just throw the ball. And that’s what it was.”
Harbaugh wasn’t asked about Gore in his postgame media session, but he was asked whether the 49ers were lacking in energy.
“You can question just about everything right now,” he said. “We didn’t play well enough to win in enough areas on enough downs. Did not win the down enough. Not even closely. They did, they made the plays offensively, defensively and we did not.”