Redskins (1-1) at Raiders (1-1)

TV: WDVM-TV-9, WMAR-TV-2, 4 p.m.

Radio: WMAL-630, 4 p.m.

Data: Raiders favored by 3 1/2 . . . If Redskin QB Joe Theismann keeps going down, be sympathetic: Redskins have three starters hurt on offensive wall and Raiders possess good pass rush . . . Raider QB Dan Pastorini bruised knee last week but will play.

Raider K. Chris Bahr missed five of six FG attempts last week (three from longer than 50 yards) . . . Raiders 25-5-1 against NFC, Redskins 15-15 against AFC.

Redskin injuries: T George Starke, knee (O); T Terry Hermeling, knee (D); TE Don Warren, leg (D); RB Buddy Hardeman, ankle (Q); LB Neil Olkewicz, knee (Q); CB Lemar Parrish, shoulder and foot (Q); RB Rickey Claitt, ankle (P); G Ron Saul, leg (P); WR John McDaniel, groin (P); DE Coy Bacon, foot (P); LB Brad Dusek, leg (P).

Raider injuries: CB Dwayne O'Steen, hamstring (D); TE Dave Casper, hamstring (P); TE Ray Chester, knee (P); TE Derrick Ramsey, hamstring (P); DE Cedric Hardman, hamstring (P); CB Monte Jackson, knee (P); QB Dan Pastorini, knee (P); DT Dave Pear, ankle (P); G Steve Sylvester, knee (P). Bills (2-0) at Saints (0-2)

Data: Saints favored by 1 . . . Long-suffering Bill fans plan Mardi Gras atmosphere for New Orleans . . . Bills 18 of 26 on third downs many on shotgun plays . . . Bill QB Joe Ferguson yet to be sacked; Saints allowed only 17 sacks last season but six last week in 22-3 loss to Bears . . . Bills, led by S Jeff Nixon (four interceptions), have yielded two TDs in two games.

Bill injuries: RB Joe Cribbs, ankle (P); RB Curtis Brown, ankle (P); CB Charles Romes, chin (P); G Reggie McKenzie, toe (P).

Saint injuries: TE Henry Childs, knee (D); LB Stan Holloway, hamstring (P); T Stan Brock, back (P); QB Archie Manning, broken nose (P); WR Tinker Owens, flu (P). Dolphins (1-1) at Falcons (1-1)

TV: WRC-TV-4, 1 p.m.

Data: Falcons favored by 3 . . . Dolphin QB Don Strock gets nod over 14-year veteran Bob Griese, miserable in first two starts . . . Strock (10 of 17 for 145 yards) pulled out 17-16 win over Bengals last week . . . Falcon RB tandem of William Andrews and Lynn Cain quicker than MARTA transit system . . . Falcon rookie Reggie Smith has 15-yard average-on-seven punt returns.

Dolphin injuries: LB Earnest Rhone, hamstring (P); FB Steve Howell, ankle (P).

Falcon injuries: LB Dewey McClain, hamstring (Q); DE Edgar Fields, ankle (Q); CB Rick Byas, wrist (Q); LB Tony Daykin, leg (q). f 49ers (2-0) at Jets (0-2)

Data: Jets favored by 4 . . . After two flat, dull performances, Jet QB Richard Todd says, "Let's hope there will be some changes in our offense." . . . 49ers always unpredictable; QB Steve DeBerg (46 of 71 on season) again will use battery-operated mike to amplify his voice because of laryngitis . . . If 49ers win, it will be their fastest start since 5-0 in 1952 . . . Jets vet to use fleet WRs Lam Jones and Wesley Walker together.

49ers injuries: LB Scott Hilton, knee (D); WR James Owens, knee (Q); LB Willie Harper, ribs (P); QB Steve DeBerg, laryngitis (P); CB Ray Rhodes, hip (P); LB Thomas Seabron, thigh (P); CB Mel Morgan, knee (p).

Jet injuries: DE Joe Klecko, ribs (D); WR Wes Walker, neck (Q); LB Greg Buttle, thigh (Q); TE Mickey Shuler, knee (P); G Dan Alexander, knee (P); CB Donald Dykes, knee (P). NATIONAL CONFERENCE Vikings (1-1) at Bears (1-1)

TV: WDVM-TV-9, WMAR-TV-2, 1 p.m.

Data: Bears favored by 6 . . . Vikings suffered worst defeat since 1967 last week (42-7 to Eagles); Coach Bud Grant termed the game "very forgettable" . . . Eight of last nine games between these two games decided by six points or fewer . . . Bear DT Alan Page, still 35, continues to amaze: he has five QB sacks this season and recorded third career safety last week when he tackled Saint QB Archie Manning . . . Bears very concerned about offense; QB Mike Phipps completing only 44 percent of passes and RB Walter Payton stopped much of time last week (130 of his 183 yards came on two carries).

Viking injuries: T Ron Yary, leg (Q); DE Mark Mullaney, ankle (Q); G Wes Hamilton, knee (Q).

Bear injuries: WR James Scott, hamstring (Q); LB Bruce Herron, knee (Q); WR Rickey Watts, ankle (Q). Cardinals (0-2) at Lions (2-0)

Data: Lions favored by 6 1/2 . . . As RB Billy Sims tries to become first NFL rookie to rush for more than 100 yards in first three games, Lion fans gobble up new bumper sticker, "Another One Bites the Dust" . . . Lions have not won first three games since 1970 . . . Lion rookie K Ed Murray, already nicknamed "Sweetfoot" by teammates, has made seven straight FGs . . . Cardinal formula familiar: QB Jim Hart completes lotsa lotsa passes and defense gives up lotsa lotsa points.

Cardinal injuries: T Keith Wortman, knee (Q); RB Ottis Anderson, shoulder (Q); DE Rush Brown, leg (Q); G Joe Bostic, wrist (P); WR Pat Tilley, hand (P); LB Tim Kearney, shoulder (P).

Lion injuries: DT John Woodcock, ribs (P); DE Al Baker, hand (P).

Bucs (2-0) at Cowboys (1-1)

Radio: WEER-1250, WEER-FM-107.7, 4 p.m.

Data: Cowboys favored by 7 . . . Asked about pivotal factors in contest, Buccaneer Coach John McKay said, "I imagine punting and receiving and catching and throwing and things like that" . . . Cowboys embarrassed last week in 41-20 loss to Broncos, but might find quick cure in spotty Buc offense; McKay says, "We're not blocking and we're not running" . . . Bucs' swarming defense good test for Cowboy QB Danny White (20 of 34 for 292 yards last week) . . . Cowboys RB Tony Dorsett off to slow start.

Buccaneer injuries: NT Randy Crowder, knee (IR); LB Dewey Selmon, groin (D); FS Cedric Brown, hamstring (D); FB Johnny Davis, ankle (Q); DE Bill Kollar, knee (P).

Cowboy injuries: LB Bruce Huther, knee (Q); DE Harvey Martin, knee (P); G Herbert Scott, shoulder and knee (P); FS Dennis Turman, chest and back (P); SS Charlie Waters, knee (P). Packers (1-1) at Rams (0-2)

Data: Rams favored by 14 . . . Nice guy Bart Starr turns mean as Packer coach: Monday practices will be closed to reporters for rest of season (maybe so outsiders can't hear the yelling following Sunday losses) . . . QB Lynn Dickey getting almost as much heat as Starr for poor performance . . . Ram QB Vince Ferrangamo 17 of 29 for 191 yards in first 1980 start last week . . . Rams off to slowest start since 1963.

Packer injuries: WR James Lofton, ankle (Q).

Ram injuries: TE Terry Nelson, thigh (IR); LB George Andres, leg (D); G Bill Bain (P). AMERICAN CONFERENCE Colts (1-1) at Oilers (1-1)

Tv: WBAL-TV-11, 2 p.m.

Radio: WCBM-680, 2 p.m.

Data: Oilers favored by 7 . . . Colts passed Building Self-Respect course last week by matching macho Steelers before falling, 20-17 . . . Colt offensive line allowed no sacks by Steelers . . . Oilers an upset in logic: a ball-control team that passes. Last week QB Ken Stabler hit 23 of 28 for 187 yards . . . Colt defense, though, must focus on FB Earl Campbell, who Oiler offensive backfield Coach Andy Bourgeois says "has only two speeds -- crawling and exploding" . . . Colts may blitz a lot.

Colt injuries: DT Herb Orvis, thigh (Q); SS Bruce Laird, groin (Q); LB Mike Woods, knee (Q); WR Randy Burke, finger (P).

Oiler injuries: LB Ted Thompson, knee (Q); LB Ted Washington, hamstring (Q); G David Carter, arch (P); g Bob Young, knee (P); RB Earl Campbell, groin (P). Chargers (2-0) at Broncos (1-1)

Data: Broncos favored by 2 . . . Can Bronco secondary stop Charger QB Dan Fouts (29 of 43 for 389 yards last week)? Bronco Coach Red Miller asks, "What are you going to do, pull nine men off the line and rush two?" . . . Charger all-pro DE Fred Dean back after holdout . . . Chargers have not won in Denver since 1968 . . . Charger K Rolf Benirschke hit 16 straight FGs before missing 52-yarder last week; free agent Bronco K Fred Steinfort is four for four, including 46-yarder.

Charger injuries: S Mike Fuller, hamstring (Q); LB Linden King, hamstring (Q); DE Wilbur Young, knee (P); T Chuck Loewan, shoulder (P).

Bronco injuries: No new injuries reported. Patriots (1-1) at Seahawks (1-1)

Data: Seahawks favored by 2 . . . Welcome to the Kingdome, where Seahawk QB Jim Zorn and Patriots QB Steve Grogan plan an indoor aerial exhibition of 30 or more passes each . . . Seahawks held Chiefs to 238 yards last week as DEs Jacob Green and Bill Gregory recorded two sacks each . . . Pat WR Harold Jackson has become NFL's eighth all-time leading pass receiver with 504 catches.

Patriot injuries: WR Stanley Morgan, calf (Q); TE Russ Francis, ribs (P); RB Vegas Ferguson, ribs (P); T Dwight Wheeler, knee (P); CB Ray Clayborn, hand (P).

Seahawk injuries: CB Kerry Justin, jaw (O); RB Dan Doornink, thigh (P); WR Sam McCullum, thigh (P); T Louis Bullard, hand (P); G Tom Lynch, calf (P). Chiefs (0-2) at Browns (0-2)

Data: Browns favored by 4 . . . First the good news for Brown fans: RB Greg Pruitt is ready for action; now the bad news: virtually no one else is. Brown casualties keep growing, the defense keeps worsening and the Cleveland press keeps howling . . . Brown rookie RB Charles White, in two starts, has six carries for 17 yards . . . Chief QB Steve Fuller led futile comeback against Seahawks last week (20 of 30, no interceptions) and K Nick Lowery booted FGs of 57 and 50 yards.

Chief injuries: DE Mike Bell, arm (Q); T Ken Kramer, ankle (P); DE Art Still, shoulder (P); CB Gary Green, hip (P); G Tom Condon, foot (P); C Charlie Ane, knee (P).

Brown injuries: CB Lawrence Johnson, shoulder (O); LB Clay Matthews, knee (Q); CB Oliver Davis, knee (Q); S Clarence Scott, ankle (P); TE Curtis Weathers, knee (P); DE Lyle Alzado, knee (P); DE Jerry Shirk, knee (P), K Don Cockroft, back (P). Steelers (2-0) at Bengals (0-2)

Data: Steelers favored by 7 . . . Bengal QB Ken Anderson, who has left both games this season with knee injury, will start over Jack Thompson . . . Steeler WR John Stallworth out with injury, but WR Lynn Swann is Bengals' nemesis. Swann, in 11 games vs. Bengals, has 34 catches for 677 yards and six TDs . . . Steelers lead series, 14-6 . . . Steeler defense aging well: through two games, opposition has gained 157 yards on ground.

Steeler injuries: WR John Stallworth, leg (O); WR Theo Bell, ribs (O); S Mike Wagner, ribs (P); T Jon Kolb, ankle (P).

Bengal injuries: LB Bo Harris, ankle (Q); Kr Jo-Jo Heath, thigh (Q); QB Ken Anderson, knee (P); G Max Montoya, calf (P). MONDAY GAME Giants (1-1) at Eagles (2-0)

TV: WJLA-TV-7, WJZ-TV-13, 9 p.m.

Radio: WTOP-1500, 9 p.m.

Data: Eagles favored by 10 . . . After 42-7 rout of Vikings last week, Eagle players carried Coach Dick Vermeil off the field. "I've never seen a coach carried off in September and I haven't seen many Super Bowls won in September, either," Cowboy Coach Tom Landry says huffily . . . FB Leroy Harris, much criticized last year, "has become an Eagle" according to Vermeil after two TDs and bulldozing holes for Wilbert Montgomery last week . . . Giant captain Harry Carson said last week he is "wasted" at LB and should play DE . . . Giant WR Earnest Gray has 16 receptions but no other Giant has more than three . . . Eagle QB Ron Jaworski has completed 70.4 percent of his 54 passes with one interception . . . Eagles try to beat Giants for 10th straight time.

Giant injuries: DT Mike McCoy, thigh (IR); S Tony Blount, knee (d); T Gordon King, ankle (Q); RB Larry Heater, leg (Q); LB Brad Van Pelt, leg (P); LB Harry Carson, ankle (P); RB Alvin Garrett, hand (P); DE Gary Jeter, back (P); TE Gary Shirk Achilles (P).

Eagle injuries: RB Zachary Dixon, knee (Q); DT Ken Clarke, ankle (P); G Petey Perot, foot (P); DE Dennis Harrison, kidney (P); WR Wally Henry, knee (P).

Key: IR -- Injured reserve; O -- Out for undetermined length of time, will not dress; D -- Doubtful, at least 75 percent chance will not play; Q -- Questionable -- 50-50 chance will or will not play; P -- Probable -- vitrtual certainty player will be available for normal duty.