Monday’s game for the Rams that was scheduled in Mexico City has been moved back to Los Angeles due to poor field conditions.
Monday night’s Chiefs-Rams game now is being moved from Mexico City to Los Angeles due to poor field conditions in Estadio Azteca, per sources.
Back to LA for the Rams, who have been training for altitude in Colorado Springs.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 13, 2018
The sod in Mexico City was supposed to be replaced, but the league made the decision to go back to L.A., thus not allowing any more drama for the marquee matchup between two of the best NFL teams.
The game is a Rams home game, so it makes sense that it should be played in Los Angeles as compared to another site.
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