The Leeds head coach has been discussing the Elland Road faithful.
And the Scot feels the supporters at Elland Road are entitled to voice their opinion after seven months without a home win.
Leeds fans could be heard chanting against the club's owner Massimo Cellino, as well as various other subjects, as they expressed their frustration on Thursday night - Blackburn had gone 2-0 up within six minutes.
But Evans believes supporters only booed and chanted more as the game went on due to a lack of fight from his players. He does not hold anything against them for doing so.
Evans told Sky Sports after full-time: "I think the fans were fantastic. They are entitled to voice their opinion at half-time. They were more concerned as the game went towards half-time than at 2-0, when they were in shock like the rest of us."
Next up for Leeds is another home game - against Cardiff City.
Normally, any side would relish the chance to bounce back in front of their own fans. For the Whites, though, playing at Elland Road has clearly been a problem for seven long months.
Cardiff are also doing well, sitting only three points off the play-off places and eight off Championship leaders Brighton.
It's beginning to look bleaker and bleaker when it comes to Leeds actually getting a result at home. But all it takes is one.