Washington (2-1) at St. Louis (1-2) -- Redskins come off fine Monday night performance to face Cardinal team frustrated by late mistakes against the Steelers. If Joe Theismann gets protection, Washington's attack will be tough to contain. Cardinals can run the football, with Otis Anderson doing most of the work, while the Redskins have trouble stopping the ground attack. St. Louis by 3.
Dallas (3-0) at Cleveland (3-0) Monday -- Cowboys have struggled in several areas except passing, where Roger Staubach is enjoying the finest start of his career. Browns must pressure him to keep their secondary from being embarrased by Roger's accuracy. Cleveland has improved offense featuring Brian Sipe throwing to Dave Logan. Ozzie Newsome and Reggie Rucker. Dallas by 3.
Baltimore (0-3) at Pittsburgh (3-0) -- Steelers have overcome rash of injuries and depth is the difference here. Colts playing tough defense but mostly inconsistent on offense. Matt Bahr has won two games with last second field goals. Pittsburgh by 14.
Los Angeles (2-1) at Tampa Bay (3-0) -- John McKay can't wait for this one. Bucs are for real and 3-0 record is deserved. Tampa defense and Ram defense two of the better units in the league. Difference will come down to quarterbacking and coaching. Los Angeles by 3.
In other games, Houston 3 over Cincinnati, New England 3 over San Diego, Minnesota 1 over Green Bay, Buffalo 3 over N.Y. Jets, Atlanta 4 over Detroit, Oakland 3 over Kansas city, Denver 6 over Seattle, San Francisco-New Orleans even, Philadelphia 3 over N. Y. Giants, Miami 6 over Chicago.