Players criticize field at Super Bowl LVII, saying was 'like playing in water park'

    Kansas City Chiefs' quarterback Patrick Mahomes runs with the ball during Super Bowl LVII against the Philadelphia Eagles.

    (CNN)Multiple players criticized the field at Super Bowl LVII after many found it difficult to keep their footing during the Kansas City Chiefs' 38-35 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

    TV cameras showed many players from both teams slipping throughout the game, including Eagles kick Jake Elliot, who avoided serious injury when his standing leg fell from under him during a kickoff.
    And following the conclusion of the game, players and fans on social media complained about the quality of the turf at State Farm Stadium, suggesting that it wasn't up to the standard you'd expect for the NFL's biggest game.
      "I'm not going to lie, it's the worst field I ever played on," Eagles defensive end Haason Reddick told reporters.
        Reddick added: "It was hard. I beat my man a couple times, trying to turn the corner and just was slipping.
        "It was very disappointing. It's the NFL, you'd think it would be better so we can get some better play. But it is what it is."
        Eagles star left tackle Jordan Mailata said the field was "terrible" and that it was "like playing in a water park."
          Three-time Super Bowl-winning offensive lineman Mark Schlereth called the field "absolute trash" on Twitter and said the NFL should be "absolutely embarrassed."
          CNN reached out to the State Farm Stadi