It looks like the controversy involving the field conditions at Super Bowl LVII isn't quite over yet. The NFL hasn't had much to say about the slippery conditions at the game, but privately, the league has apparently been saying a lot. 

According to Pro Football Talk, owners have been asking the league why the playing surface was so slippery, and the NFL has responded by pinning the blame on players from the Chiefs and Eagles for not wearing the right cleats in the game.  

It's an interesting stance for the league to take, especially since both teams felt that the field conditions were horrible. As a matter of fact, the field was so bad that Eagles pass-rusher Haason Reddick called it the "worst" surface that he's ever played on.