By Marcus Chhan
The Reds have now just won seven games, drawn four and lost a whopping nine with over half the season gone. Their record playing away from the influential Anfield crowd is abysmal with just one win - 1-0 at Bolton Wanderers - and even the Kop have lost patience, clamouring as it is for Kenny Dalglish to take charge.
At his post-match interview following the 3-1 defeat to Rovers, Hodgson acted like someone who knows his time is up. Refusing to answer questions on the subject of his future, he could only muster up a few sound bites about feelings of "dejection, bitter disappointment and frustration" - but he wasn't alone as Liverpool fans were quick to express how they felt on ESPNSTAR.com.
Amidst calls for Hodgson to be sacked, one individual wrote the he found it "unthinkable" that "Blackburn without eight first team members still managed to beat Liverpool" while another questioned whether Hodgson was solely to blame as his senior players had let him down badly.
One commentator even lambasted Hodgson's comments about feeling depressed and posted: "Whether he continues to coach or not, he will still be paid. If he is sacked, he will be compensated in the region of millions of dollars. How many of us get sacked and receive a million dollar handshake. If I was Roy, I would never be depressed. However, he must look dejected so as not to get an egg thrown at him."
It won't be long now I am sure before the first press reports start to surface on Roy losing the dressing room - and when that happens the axe usually falls quickly after. However, it is a rule of thumb in the Premier League that sacking your manager in January is not the best option to take.
Liverpool play Manchester United in the FA Cup at the weekend - would a win be enough to appease the Kop for the time being?
But as one other commentator on our website simply wrote: Roy Hodgson is a "dead man walking".
That he certainly is.