Ask any West Ham United fan and they will tell you the same thing, their team are always the fall guys.
Supporters are growing increasingly disillusioned with thousands stating they do not intend to renew season tickets in online polls.
It is all in stark contrast to the club's record breaking farewell season at the Boleyn Ground last year.
But one thing the club's fans are well used to is being the fall guys and on Saturday up at hapless basement boys Sunderland it was more of the same.
The theory goes that if your team hasn't won for a prolonged period, your striker hasn't scored for years or is searching for his first - or seemingly any landmark - goal or indeed if everyone has been beating a particular team, then all you need to do is play West Ham to put things right.
Sunderland's Fabio Borini celebrates scoring their second goal
Somewhat predictably, though, Sunderland - the team everyone has been beating - ended a dismal run of 701 mins without a single goal by scoring not once, but twice against Bilic's side.
West Ham United fans
It is nothing new for West Ham fans of course, indeed many predicted as much before the game.