NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eagles (9-1) at Redskins (3-7)

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

Radio: WMAL-630, WYRE-810, 1 p.m.

Data: Eagles favored by 6 . . . Eagles averaging 26.8 points a game and giving up 13.5 -- maybe they cheat: Redskin Coach Jack Pardee and Seahawk Coach Jack Patera both accuse WR Harold Carmichael of illegally pushing off defenders . . . Eagles have held seven of 10 opponents to fewer than 100 yards rushing . . . Doc Urich, Redskin defensive coordinator, after watching team give up 74 points past two weeks, says "Granted, we've been inconsistent."

Eagle injuries: RB Perry Harrington, hamstring (D); RB Wilbert Montgomery, knee (Q); RB Leroy Harris, hamstring (Q); DT Ken Clarke, knee (Q); DE Carl Hairston, concussion (P); TE John Spagnola, nose (P).

Redskin injuries: T Terry Hermeling, thumb (Q); RB Clarence Harmon, ankle (P); RB Wilbur Jackson, shoulder (P); WR Ricky Thompson, foot (P); LB Dallas Hickman, hamstring (P); LB Pete Wysocku, wrist (P). Bucs (4-5-1) at Vikings (5-5)

Data: Vikings favored by 4 . . . Can anyone play football in NFC Central? Revitalized Vikings have two straight 400-yard games and last week held Lisons' Billy Sims to 21 yards on ground . . . Viking QB Tommy Kramer watched backup Steve Dils sparkle two weeks ago but regained top billing last week.

Buccaneer injuries: CB Danny Reece, knee (P); G Ray Snell, hip (P); RB Gary Davis, eye (P).

Viking injuries: S Tom Hannon, hand (Q). Cards (3-7) at Cowboys (7-3)

Radio: WEER-1250, WEER-FM-107.7 2 p.m.

Data: Cowboys favored by 10. Cowboys embarrassed last week by loss to Giants, but Cardinals more humbled by blowing 24-6 lead to Falcons. "We missed tackles," says Card DE Curtis Greer. "If you don't tackle the Little Sisters of the Poor, they're gonna beat you" . . . Cowboys have given up 93 points in past three games . . . Card WR Mel Gray, always tough against Cowboys, has 99-game pass catching streak.

Cardinals injuries: LB Steve Neils, ankle (D); LB Tim Kearney, shoulder (Q); WR Pat Tilley, foot (Q); WR Mark Bell, ankle (Q); RB Ottis Anderson, knee (P); DT Rush Brown, shoulder (P); LB Jeff McIntyre, foot (P); LB Eric Williams, shoulder (P).

Cowboy injuries: RB Preston Pearson, arm (D); LB D.D. Lewis, thigh (P); SS Carlie Waters, shoulder (P); QB Danny White, left shoulder (P); CB Steve Wilson, hamstring (P); WR Drew Pearson, flu (P); DE Harvey Martin, flu (P). Packers (4-5-1) at Giants (2-8)

Data: Packers favored by 2 . . . Two surging teams meet: Packers 3-2-1 past six weeks while Giants 1-0 last week . . . In Packer streak, QB Lynn Dickey 130 of 202, 64 percent, 1,578 yards and nine TDs . . . Last week Pack used 3-4, 4-2, 5-2-4 and 5-1-5-defenses, including format that had WR James Lofton as defensive back.

Packers injuries: QB Lynn Dickey, right arm (P); DT Charles Johnson, ankle (P); CB Wylie Turner, ankle (P); DE Ezra Johnson, leg (P).

Giant injuries: QB Bud Hebert, back (Ir); LB Harry Carson, knee (P); WR Danny Pittman, knee (D); RB Billy Taylor, leg (Q); G Roy Simmons, knee (Q); RB Leon Perry, shoulder (P); RB Bo Matthews, hip (P); G J.T.Turner, foot (P). Saints (0-10) at Falcons (7-3)

Data: Falcons favored by 12. "We're not thinking about the playoffs," says Falcon WR Wallace Francis. "We're thinking about the Super Bowl" . . . Saints also eyeing Super Bowl, as spectators in New Orleans' Superdome . . . Saint QB Archie Manning continues to refine rols as Southern martyr: last week he passed for 306 yards against mighty Eagles, and bruised a finger.

Saint injuries: S Ray Brown, foot (Q); C John Hill, knee (P); QB Archie Manning, finger (P); DE Don Reese, shoulder (P); Lb Reggie Mathis, thigh (P).

Falcon injuries: RB Lynn Cain, arm (Q); DT Wilson Faumuina, ankle and neck (P). AMERICAN CONFERENCE Bills (7-3) at Bengals (3-7)

Data: Bills favored by 2 . . . Boo-birds await battered Bengal QB Ken Anderson in his first home appearance since calling Cincy fans "jerks" . . . Bill Coach Chuck Knox says Bengals are "best 3-7 team in the NFL." Bengals are also the lowest scoring team in the NEL. . . Bill QB Joe Ferguson has been sacked only 10 times . . . Bengals unveil new K Sandro Vitiello, replacing Ian Sunter.

Bill injuries: TE Reuben Gant, knee (P); G Reggie McKenzie, foot (P); S Bill Simpson, ankle (P); G Tim Vogler, hamstring (P); DE Sherman White, concussion (P); DE Ben Williams, ankle (P); S Doug Greene, leg (P); WR Ron Jessie, back (P).

Bengal injuries: S Dick Jauron, knee (O); RB Pete Johnson, knee (Q); DE Mike St. Clair, knee (Q); CB Ray Griffin, hamstring (Q); QB Ken Anderson, chest (P); LB Reggie Williams, back (P). Jets (2-8) at Broncos (5-5)

Data: Broncos favored by 6 1/2 . . . Jet Coach Walt Michaels and CB Donald Dykes feud on blown coverage last week, but Dykes to start again . . . Jet Bruce Harper leads NFL in all-purpose yardage with 1,350, 673 on kickoff returns and 423 on 33 catches . . . Bronco Jim Jenson leads AFC RBs with 42 receptions.

Jet injuries: T Chris Ward, ankle (Q); WR Bobby Jones, ankle (P).

Bronco injuries: RB Otis Armstrong, neck (O); Rb Jim Jensen, thumb (Q); T Claude Minor, hip and knee (Q); T Glenn Hyde, calf (P). Chiefs (5-5) at Chargers (6-4)

Data: Chargers favored by 8. . While some teams cherish 400-yard days, Chargers average 413 yards per game, powered by merciless arm of QB Dan Fouts . . . Chiefs, winners of five out of last six, increasingly happy with scrambling QB Steve Fuller. Charger Winslow and Charlie Joiner each march toward 70-reception 1,000-yard seasons.

Chief injuries: LB Whitney Paul, leg (P); C Jack Rudnay, toe (P); NT Don Parrish, back (P).

Charger injuries RB John Cappelletti, flu (D); S Frank Duncan, ankle (Q); G Dan Audick, ribs (P); DT Louis Kelcher, wrist (P); CB Hal Stringert, hamstring (P). Browns (7-3) at Steelers (6-4)

Data: Steelers favored by 6 1/2 . . . "Terry will start if he can walk on the field," says Steeler Coach Chuck Noll, but QB Bradshaw says, "We can't win with me playing the way I an. It's killing us. If I continue to do this, I should be benched and (Cliff) Stoudt should go in . . . Brown QB Brian Sipe has 12 TD passes in his last three games vs. Steelers . . . Steelers 10-0 vs. Browns in Three Rivers Stadium.

Brown injuries: WR-KR Keith Wright, knee (O); T Doug Dieken, knee (Q); LB R.L. Jackson, knee (Q); WR Dave Logan, knee (Q).

Steeler injuries: WR John Stallworth, foot (O); TE Bennie Cunningham, ribs (O); DE John Banaszak, hamstring (Q); RB Franco Harris, concussion (P). INTER CONFERENCE Colts (5-5) at Lions (6-4)

TV: WBAL-TV-11, 1 p.m.

Radio: WCBM-680, WNAV-1430, 1 p.m.

Data: Colts favored by 2 . . . Because of injuries, Colts may use two-tight end offense. And because of talent reappraisal, Colts will use RB Curtis Dickey more and more to spell Joe Washington . . . Lion RB Billy Simms, held to 21 yards last week, still leads NFC with 917 rushing and 11 TDs . . . Colts 1-4 at home, 4-1 on the road.

Colt injuries: WR Mike Siani, foot (Q); FS Lyle Blackwood, hamstring (Q); RB Curtis Dickey, groin and ankle (P); LB Sanders Shiver, wrist (P); LB Sanders Shiver, wrist (P); LB Mike Woods, thigh (P); LB Mike Woods, thigh (P).

Lion injuries: QB Gary Danielson, right hand (P); LB Ken Fantetti, leg (P); C Tommie Ginn, foot (P); G Russ Bolinger, leg (P). f Oilers (7-3) at Bears (4-6)

TV: WRC-TV-4, WBAL-TV-11, 4 p.m.

Data: Oilers favored by 4 . . Walter Payton, meet Earl Campbell. Bear Coach Neill Armstrong says Oilers Campbell "is like a Mack truck going downhill out of control without a driver. That's tough to stop . . . In four Bear starts, QB Vince Evans is 44 of 77 for 696 yards and six TDs . . . Oiler QB Ken Stabler's quick passes to RBs and TEs may neutralize Bear's strong rush. Stabler leads NFL with 66 percent completion rate.

Oiler injuries: WR Ken Burrough, wrist (O); Art Stringer, knee (O); TE Dave Casper, hamstring (Q); CB Carter Hartwig; ankle (Q); G Bob Young, ankle (P); S Jack Tatum, ankle (P).

Bear injuries: LB Tom Hicks, shoulder (Q); LB Al Harris, flu (P); WR Rickey Watts, hamstring (P). Rams (6-4) at Patriots (7-3)

Data: Patriots favored by 4 . . . Ram Coach Ray Malavasi admits he's advising management as to worth of discontented players in contract disputes . . . Ram QB Vince Ferragamo rated No. 2 in NFC as Pat Haden sits unhappily but quietly on bench . . . Pat WR Stanley Morgan averaging 22.8 yards a catch, best in league.

Ram injuries: DE Cody Jones, Achilles (P); T doug France, Bronchitis (P); FS Nolan Cromwell, elbow (P); LB Jack Reynolds, arm (P); DE Reggie Doss, foot (P); DE Fred Dryer, ankle (P); C Rich Saul, ribs (P).

Patriot injuries: LB Larry McGrew, knee (D); G Bob Cryder, knee (P); WR Harold Jackson, nose (P); LB John Zamberlin, shoulder (P); S Tim Fox, foot (P). 49ers (3-7) at Dolphins (5-5)

Data: Dolphins favored by 8 . . . "Everybody was ready to bury this football team," says Dolphin Coach Don Shulla, who was holding the shovel himself, "but we're not dead". . . Somehow, rookie QB David Woodley grew bold last week and threw for three TDs and ran for two . . . 49ers have gained 300 or more yards eight times, an embarrassing testament to the quality of the defense.

49ers injuries: RB Phil Francis, knee (O); LB Scott Hilton, ribs and shoulder (P); CB Charles Johnson, chest (P); WR James Owens, hamstring (P); TE Charle Young, groin (P); T Ron Singleton, knee (P).

Dolphin injuries: LB Steve Towle, ankle (O); QB Bob Griese, shoulder (Q); WR Duriel Harris, hamstring(Q). MONDAY GAME Raiders (7-3) at Seahawks (4-6)

Radio: WTOP-1500, 9 p.m.

Data: Raiders favored by 2 . . . With five-game win streak, Raiders give Coach Tom Flores, rumored in trouble earlier, some job security; meanwhile, Seahawk Coach Jack Patera apparently will retain his job after some doubts . . . Seahawks 0-5 at home . . . While injured Dan Pastorini models for Playgirl, backup QB Jim Plunkett becomes fully clothed darling of Oakland fans.

Raider injuries: C Dave Dalby, groin (P); CB Monte Jackson, knee (P).

Seahawk injuries: LB Joe Norman, knee (Q); DE Bill Gregory, knee (P); LB Michael Jackson, foot (P); CB Kerry Justin, abdomen (P),