Washington (0-1) at N.Y. Giants (1-0) -- The Redskins have not beaten the Giants on the road since 1975. Giants have strong passing attack provided offensive line keeps Phil Simms out of harm's way. Washington's short passing attack and inside running game not as effective as could have been against Dallas. Look for major improvement here, as the Redskins halt skid. Giants lack pass rush to harass Joe Theismann. Washington by 4.
Philadelphia (1-0) at Minnesota (1-0) -- Eagles never have beaten the Vikings. However, Philly has the better defense, especially in the secondary. Difference here will be Eagle defenders, who can cope with Minnesota aerial attack better than Vikings will handle Ron Jaworski and Harold Carmichael. Philadelphia by 4.
Pittsburgh (1-0) at Baltimore (1-0) -- Bert Jones slightly injured against Jets and may have trouble with his passing hand. Steelers have too much speed for young Colt secondary. Lynn Swann and John Stallworth up to familiar tricks along with Terry Bradshaw. Colts will be out of their depth. Pittsburgh by 10.
Dallas (1-0) at Denver (0-1) -- Broncos, who never have beaten Dallas, face Cowboys for first time since Super Bowl loss in 1977. Matt Robinson off to slow start, but Danny White proved equal to challenge of beating Washington. Dallas secondary hurt again with loss of Benny Barnes. Steve Wilson takes over. Broncos can't afford 0-2 start, not with San Diego next. Even.
Atlanta (0-1) at New England (1-0) -- Patriots by 8.
Cincinnati (0-1) at Miami (0-1) -- Dolphins by 6.
Detroit (1-0) at Green Bay (1-0) -- Lions by 4.
New Orleans (0-1) at Chicago (0-1) -- Bears by 4.
N.Y. Jets (0-1) at Buffalo (1-0) -- Even.
Oakland (1-0) at San Diego (1-0) -- Chargers by 4.
St. Louis (0-1) at San Francisco (1-0) -- 49ers by 3.
Seattle (0-1) at Kansas City (0-1) -- Even.
Houston (0-1) at Cleveland (0-1) -- Oilers by 6.