NFL 360 | 10 Days in LA

Broadcast feature

 

The LA Rams and the rest of Los Angeles weather ten hellish days from the Borderline Bar mass shooting to the Woosley Fire that destroyed nearly 100,000 acres.  With the practice facility behind the fire line, and team and family evacuated to hotels, the Rams had two games to play-- one in the heart of LA as fires bore down from the surrounding mountains, and the other scheduled for Mexico but re-routed at the last moment back to LA for a prime time matchup on Monday Night Football. 

 

All first responders to the shooting and fires were allowed in free.  That Monday night show down, against Patrick Mahommes and the Kansas City Chiefs, in the wake of 10 days of tragedy, became the highest scoring game in the history of the broadcast, a shoot out for the ages in front of a community in dire need of a win.