The San Francisco 49ers won their second game of the season when Robbie Gould kicked a game-winning field goal in the closing seconds of Sunday's 15-14 victory over the Chicago Bears. While the goal is always to win your games, the victory could hurt the 49ers' draft status next year. That all depends on the outcome of the New York Giants' game against the Oakland Raiders.

The Giants and Raiders kick off at 1:25 from Oakland-Alameda Coliseum. A loss by the Giants would give them the same 2-10 record as the 49ers. However, if the season ended today (which it doesn't -- in case you were wondering), New York could actually own the second overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft due to a weaker strength of schedule (SOS) through 13 weeks.

Prior to kickoff between the Giants and Raiders, New York owns an SOS of .489 while San Francisco's currently sits at .507. Of course, those numbers will change depending on the results of Sunday's afternoon games and even some of the morning games that have not yet concluded.

The Raiders are 10-point favorites over the visiting Giants.