The Los Angeles Rams will be hosting the Kansas City Chiefs in Mexico City in a game that has all the makings of being game of the year.
The Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs could be giving teams a Super Bowl preview in Week 11 as the two sides will meet in Mexico City on Monday night. While many would argue that the New Orleans Saints are now the favorites in the NFC, the Rams and Chiefs very well could be the two sides going at it in February.
The Rams are coming off of a nice divisional win over the Seattle Seahawks. While the game was only decided by five points, the Rams were in the driver seat for most of the game. However, after coasting in the beginning part of the season, four of the team’s last five wins have been decided by less than a touchdown.
Meanwhile, the Kansas City Chiefs are coming off a win over the Arizona Cardinals that was not as easy as it should have been. The Cardinals are a bottom three team in the league and played the Chiefs tough, only losing by 12 points.
The Chiefs have the NFL’s best offense and the Rams are either number two or number three behind the Saints, depending who you ask. This is going to be a shootout and should be just as entertaining as the Rams-Saints game from Week 9.
The obvious difference in this one is that the Los Angeles Rams want to walk away with a win. Here is what the team needs to do to get it done.