It better not be if the Rams have any hope about making their return to Los Angeles a successful one on the field.
"We just didn't play like ourselves", Quinn said. "We got the shutout. It's a great game to build off of".
Hyde gained 88 yards on 23 carries.
On San Francisco's second TD drive, Gabbert ran 9 yards for another important first down in the second quarter.
-Niners wide receiver Jeremy Kerley turned out to be a quick study learning coach Chip Kelly's high-tempo offense. Gurley had a disgusting night with 17 carries for 47 yards.
"I'm not happy", Keenum said. They were not only an National Football League team that would grace L.A. for the first time in 22 years, they were a team with L.A. roots, with the intent of a triumphal return. "I actually thought the run was going to go outside and I just saw it split apart like the Red Sea, and my eyes got big and I got rolling". It's a long season. This is not us, offensively. "This is not us".
The natural response would be to get No. 1 overall draft pick Jared Goff ready - he didn't even suit up Monday as the team's No. 3 quarterback.
That added up to a long, frustrating night for Gurley.
"It's embarrassing definitely for us to go out there and not put any points on the board", Gurley said.
Keenum, who completed 18 of his 24 passes and didn't commit a turnover in the preseason, said Monday's game "will not define me".
After his team's embarrassing 28-0 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, Fisher said starting quarterback Case Keenum is not in danger of losing his job.
Later, he ran over to pinch the neck of the 49ers' Quinton Patton, then made contact with an official, then spiked his helmet after he was ejected.
Shaun Draughn also ran for a score and quarterback Blaine Gabbert threw a touchdown pass to Vance McDonald to help the 49ers win their first game under Kelly. It's us against the world. "We just made too many mistakes".
Washington QB Kirk Cousins racked up 329 yards but threw two interceptions.
The San Francisco 49ers offense held the ball for 32:10, converted 8-of-17 third-down attempts, tallied 28 first downs and only turned the ball over one time. The Rams looked so unprepared to face the San Francisco 49ers, that it boggles the mind? It looked like that was the grouping the Rams trotted out throughout the game as their base defense, an alignment basically inviting teams to run the football. 49ers WR Chris Harper was promoted to the 53-man roster from the practice squad, and RB DuJuan Harris was released. 49ers RG Andrew Tiller started in place of Anthony Davis, who reportedly contemplated retiring for a second time and was listed on the injury report as questionable (not injury related).