Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

For fans of 0-2 teams already looking toward 2018: the Jets are the current favorites to land the No. 1 pick in next year's draft, though there are plenty of bad teams lurking behind them that have a shot.

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Is it time for Mitch Trubisky in Chicago?

The Bears paid Mike Glennon a lot of money to shore things up at QB, but his résumé looks like that of a below-average starter or top-end backup. Among 37 QBs with at least 20 starts since 2013, Glennon ranks near the bottom in several key categories.

El camino hacia la postemporada: ¿Qué afecta a los Cachorros de Chicago? (2:45)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears decline to provide any further updates on the health of ILB Nick Kwiatkoski (pectoral), running back Jordan Howard (shoulder) or guard Josh Sitton (ribs). All three players left Sunday's game vs. Tampa and did not return.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears coach John Fox reiterates to reporters at Halas Hall that quarterback Mike Glennon -- not second overall pick Mitchell Trubisky -- will start Sunday vs. Pittsburgh.

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White Sox bring Tigers closer to their level

The White Sox know how it feels to lose a no-hit bid on the final out of the game, having suffered such an experience more than any other MLB team. By ending Matthew Boyd's hopes with two outs in the ninth on Sunday, Chicago moved Detroit into second place on that not-so-desirable list.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Anthony Rizzo is one of 6 finalists for the Marvin Miller Man of the Year award given out to a player who "inspires others to higher levels of achievement by their on-field performances and contributions to their communities." The finalists were picked via fan voting while the winner will be chosen by MLB players and announced in November. Rizzo is also a finalist for the Roberto Clemente award which will be announced during the World Series.

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Teams in the dreaded 0-2 hole

The road to the playoffs has already gotten much tougher for the 49ers, Bears, Bengals, Browns, Chargers, Colts, Jets and Saints. Since the postseason field expanded to 12 in 1990, just 12 percent of teams to start 0-2 have made the playoffs.