Cornerback Marlon Humphrey was displeased by the booing that fans poured on the players in the second half of Sunday’s loss. “It’s always interesting when you’re getting booed in your own stadium,” he said. “That’s why I’ve always liked away games. You’re going to get booed whether you do good or bad. It’s definitely different when you’re getting booed in your own stadium in a playoff game after the week before when it was electric.” Griffin, on the other hand, pointed out that the fans are “the reason we have a job. So it’s hard to be critical of them. They just want us to be better. So in those moments, you can’t take it personally.” … After a seven-tackle, one-sack, one-forced fumble performance on Sunday, inside linebacker Patrick Onwuasor totaled 16 tackles, three sacks and two forced fumbles in two games against Los Angeles. Asked why he has had such success against the AFC West team, the Inglewood, Calif., native replied, “I don’t know. It’s just the Chargers. I lock in, I guess, when I play them more. Just communication. That whole week, we were talking about communication, and that’s what we did that game.” … Rookie left guard Bradley Bozeman unsurprisingly stayed true to his roots regarding Monday night’s NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision national title game between No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Clemson. “Definitely predict a Bama win,” the former Crimson Tide standout said.