The Latest: Bears pay tribute to World Series champion Cubs
The Latest on Week 12 of the NFL season (all times Eastern):
The Chicago Bears paid tribute to the World Series champion Cubs prior to Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans.
They showed a video of the World Series celebration. Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts, standing at the 50-yard line, then raised the championship trophy above his head.
The Cubs beat the Cleveland Indians to win the World Series for the first time since 1908 and end baseball's longest title drought.
Laremy Tunsil is inactive Sunday because of a shoulder injury, leaving the Miami Dolphins without three starting offensive linemen against the 49ers.
Center Mike Pouncey was earlier ruled out due to a hip injury. Left tackle Branden Albert is inactive as expected with a dislocated left wrist.
Anthony Steen is starting at center, Kraig Urbik at left guard and Sam Young at left tackle.
Pouncey and Albert both missed last week's game against the Rams, and Tunsil departed in the first half, leaving the Dolphins with a patchwork line as they earned their fifth victory in a row.
-Steven Wine reporting from Miami
Week 12 in the NFL features several teams directly fighting one another for playoff positioning, with the marquee matchup coming Sunday night. The Chiefs visit the Broncos in that game with both teams 7-3.
The winner can continue to pursue the AFC West crown, while the loser will likely have to scramble for the wild card.
The prime time game comes after 11 games on Sunday afternoon, including eight for the early afternoon start.
One early game to watch is Arizona playing Atlanta, where the Cardinals need a win on the road in a season where they haven't performed up to their talent level. Atlanta's offense has been strong but has a difficult matchup against the Cardinals' top-ranked pass defense.
Other early games Sunday include: Titans at Bears, Chargers at Texans, Jaguars at Bills, 49ers at Dolphins, Bengals at Ravens, Rams at Saints and Giants at Browns.
The late afternoon slate includes: Seahawks at Buccaneers, Panthers at Raiders and Patriots at Jets.
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