With two weeks remaining in the NFL season, the Bears’ spot in the 2017 draft order is starting to come into focus. They would have the fourth overall pick if the season ended after Week 15, which, of course, it doesn’t.
As many as 32 game results are needed to finalize teams’ win totals and strength-of-schedule tiebreaker rankings. But let’s take a closer look at where the Bears stand through Week 15 and where they might end up.
To reiterate, the Bears would pick fourth if the season ended after Week 15. This isn’t the most accurate projection of the strength-of-schedule tiebreaker, but let’s look at the current top 10 anyway. For teams with the same record, their strength of...
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez (6) and New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow (15) run onto the field during the pre-game warmup for their game against the Buffalo Bills at MetLIfe Stadium.