• Ed Reed still shines on field while taking bigger leadership role in locker room
• Injuries continue to mount for banged-up Chiefs
• Flacco, Rice show support for Orioles
Miami (1-3) at Cincinnati (3-1) — 1 p.m., CBS
Miami’s Ryan Tannehill threw for 431 yards in last week’s loss to Arizona, the second-most by a rookie QB in NFL history. Cincinnati leads the NFL
with 17 sacks. DT Geno Atkins leads all NFL interior linemen with five.
• Brian Hartline, Miami receivers ‘doing a good job’
• Bengals defense leads NFL in sacks
• Bengals present ‘huge challenge’ for struggling Dolphins
Cleveland (0-4) at New York Giants (2-2) - 1 p.m., CBS
The Browns have lost 10 straight games dating to last season. Their last win was against Jacksonville Nov. 20. Giants rookie David Wilson is third in the NFL, averaging 30.2 yards on kickoff returns.
• Despite hits and pleas from family, Josh Cribbs won’t give up football
• Giants All-Pro DE Jason Pierre-Paul is not having fun this season
• WR Hakeem Nicks out again vs. Browns
Atlanta (4-0) at Washington (2-2) — 1 p.m., FOX
This game features the NFL’s top-rated passer in Matt Ryan (112.1 rating) and the league’s top-rated rookie in Robert Griffin III (103.2). The Falcons lead league with plus-10 turnover differential. They are only team yet to lose fumble this season. Washington’s Alfred Morris leads NFL rookies with 376 yards rushing. Washington is first team in NFL history with two rookies (Griffin, Morris) each with four-plus rushing TDs in team’s first four games.
• Five storylines to watch
• Suspended four games a year ago, Trent Williams and Fred Davis are earning back team’s trust
• Redskins say pass rush could be key against Falcons, Ryan
• Redskins WR Aldrick Robinson cleared to play Sunday
• Falcons coach Mike Smith ‘super impressed’ with Robert Griffin III
• Pierre Garcon says it will take time for injured foot to heal
Green Bay (2-2) at Indianapolis (1-2) — 1 p.m., FOX
Indy receiver Reggie Wayne needs two touchdowns to pass college teammate Edgerrin James (75) for third on franchise list, 64 yards from scrimmage to pass James (12,065) for No. 2 in franchise history.
• Longtime Colts center Jeff Saturday returns to Indy with Packers
• Packers rule out WR Greg Jennings for another week
• Colts Coach Chuck Pagano diagnosed with leukemia
Philadelphia (3-1) at Pittsburgh (1-2) — 1 p.m., FOX
The Steelers, who haven’t lost back-to-back games since 2009, are coming off a 34-31 loss to Oakland two weeks ago. The Eagles lead the NFL in yards per game differential, averaging 417.8 yards while giving up 298.3.
• Roethlisberger recalls how Eagles defense gave him fits way back when