Washington (1-1) at Oakland (1-1) -- Dan Pastorini remains at the helm of the Raider attack. Redskins have major offensive line troubles and lack quality running game despite 200-yards-plus performance against the Giants. If the Raiders can mount the strong pass rush, Joe Theismann will be forced into making mistakes. Oakland by 4.
Tampa Bay (2-0) at Dalls (1-1) -- That 2-0 mark is somewhat deceiving as the Bucs won both their games in the final minute after a mishandled snap and a foolish pass-interference penalty, Coach John McKay is expected to move Bill Kollar to the nose tackle position to replace injured Randy Crowder. Dewey Selmon and Curtis Jordan are also hurting. Cowboy offense was mistake-prone against Denver. Dallas by 7.
N.Y. Giants (1-1) at Philadelphia (2-0) (Monday) -- Dick Vermeil never has lost to the Giants. Eagles are the strongest team in the NFC right now. QB Ron Jaworski has opened up the offense and spread the football around. Wilbert Montgomery remains the most dangerous NFC runner this side of Walter Payton. Harold Carmichael will pose a stern test to the inexperienced Giant secondary. Phil Simms leads an explosive attack, but problems at defensive tackle for the Giants will be the diffrence here. Philadelphia by 10.
Buffalo (2-3) at New Orleans (0-2) -- even; Green Bay (1-1) at Los Angeles (0-2) -- Los Angeles by 14; Kansas City (3-2) at Cleveland (0-2) -- Cleveland by 4; Miami (1-1) at Atlanta (1-1) -- Atlanta by 3; Minnesota (1-1) at Chicago (1-1) -- Chicago by 6; New England (1-1) at Seattle (1-1) even; St. Louis (0-2) at Detroit (2-0) Detroit by 8; San Diego (2-0) at Denver (1-1) even; San Francisco (2-0) at N.Y. Jets (0-2) -- N.Y. Jets by 4.