The football field at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City, where the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs are scheduled to play on Monday night, is “a mess,” a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Field conditions have raised concerns about player safety ahead of a matchup between two of the league’s best teams. The NFL is reportedly determined to keep the game in Mexico City but has discussed postponing it or moving it to Los Angeles.

NFL officials were reportedly expected to meet at the stadium Tuesday and make a final decision about where the contest will be played.

The Rams and Chiefs are both 9-1 and feature a high-flying offense. You can’t have a crappy field situation when the NFL is trying to showcase it’s best game of the season so far.