The NFL will head south of the border in 2016.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced on Friday that the Oakland Raiders and Houston will play a regular-season game on Nov. 21 in Mexico City. This will be the first time the league has played a game in Mexico since 2005, when the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers played in front of a packed house at Estadio Azteca.
That 2005 game drew more than 103,000 fans and the NFL, specifically the Texans, have long wanted to return since.
The Nov. 21 game will fall on a Monday night.