Eagles (1-2) at Redskins (3-0)
TV: WDVM-TV-9, 1 p.m.
Injury Report: Philadelphia: RB Wilbert Montgomery, ribs (Q); T Jerry Sisemore, flu (Q). Washington: LB Monte Coleman, shoulder (Q).
Data: Redskins favored by 2 1/2 . . . Redskins lead series, 48-36-5, and defeated the Eagles in overtime, 37-34, in the 1982 season opener . . . Redskins beat Giants, 27-17, last week to extend their unbeaten string to six games . . . Joe Theismann has thrown 93 straight passes without interception and leads 1982 QB ratings with 116.4 points . . . John Riggins leads NFC in rushing with 272 yards . . . Eagles lost to Bengals, 18-14 . . . Eagle offense leads NFC with 375 yards per game.
Colts (0-3) at Bills (2-1)
TV: WMAR-TV-2, 1 p.m.
Radio: WCBM-680, WNAV-1430.
Injury Report: Baltimore: DE Harry Stanback, knee (O); LB Cliff Odom, knee (Q). Buffalo: WR Jerry Butler, leg (D); LB Jim Haslett, hamstring (Q); T Ken Johnson, knee (Q); WR Frank Lewis, knee (Q).
Data: Bills favored by 13 . . . Colts lead series, 13-10-1, but Bills won the last two . . . Colts lost to Jets, 37-0, last week, their worst shutout since 1978 . . . Mike Pagel completed 17 passes for 230 yards, high for his three-game pro career . . . Bills lost to Dolphins, 9-7 . . . Bills defense statistically fourth in the AFC.
Bears (1-2) at Vikings (1-2)
Injury Report: Chicago: T Dennis Lick, knee (O); LB Jerry Muckensturm, hand (O); S Doug Plank, back (D). Minnesota: none reported.
Data: Vikings favored by 5 1/2 . . . Vikings lead series, 23-17-2, and Bears have not won in Minnesota since 1971 . . . Bears beat Lions, 20-17, on John Roveto's 18-yard FG . . . Rookie Jim McMahon completed 16 passes for 233 yards and two touchdowns in his first start . . . Vikings lost, 27-6, to Packers . . . Viking defense has allowed 388 yards per game, most in the NFC.
Cardinals (1-2) at Falcons (2-1)
Injury Report: none reported.
Data: Falcons favored by 6 1/2 . . . Cardinals were beaten, 31-20, by 49ers last week . . . Cardinal offense is next-to-last in the NFC, defense fourth from the bottom . . . Carl Birdsong is second in NFC with 44.4 gross, 35.6 net yards per punt . . . Falcons beat Rams, 34-17, last week . . . William Andrews is fourth in NFC rushing (208 yards) and scoring (18 points).
Packers (3-0) at Jets (2-1)
Injury Report: Green Bay: none reported. New York: DE Joe Klecko, knee (O).
Data: Jets favored by 3 1/2 . . . Jets lead series, 2-1 . . . Packers beat Vikings, 26-7, last week for their best start since 1966 . . . Eddie Lee Ivery shares NFL lead in touchdown scoring (30 points) and is second in the conference in rushing (241 yards) . . . Jets defeated Colts, 37-0, and are first in AFC in both offense and defense . . . Freeman McNeil leads the NFL in rushing (345 yards) . . . Defense has not allowed a point in nine quarters.
Oilers (1-2) at Patriots (1-2)
Injury Report: Houston: G Mike Munchak, ankle (O). New England: none reported.
Data: Patriots favored by 3 1/2 . . . series tied, 13-13-1, but Oilers have won four of the last five . . . Patriots lost, 10-7, to Browns last week . . . Offense is last in the NFL with 217 yards per game . . . Rich Camarillo is second in AFC punting with 39.9-yard net average . . . Oilers lost, 24-10, to Steelers . . . Earl Campbell is second in NFL in rushing.
Raiders (3-0) at Bengals (2-1)
Injury Report: Los Angeles: none reported. Cincinnati: LB Ron Simpkins, hamstring (Q).
Data: Bengals favored by 3 1/2 . . . Raiders lead series, 9-3, and have won six of the last seven meetings . . . Bengals defeated Eagles, 18-14, as Ken Anderson completed 19 passes for 215 yards and one touchdown . . . Bengals second in AFC in both offense and defense . . . Jim Breech shares conference lead in kick scoring and TE Dan Ross is first in receiving . . . Raiders rallied to beat Chargers, 28-24, Monday night . . . Rookie RB Marcus Allen shares NFL lead in touchdowns (five).
Saints (2-1) at 49ers (1-2)
TV: WBAL-TV-11, 4 p.m.
Injury Report: New Orleans: none reported. San Francisco: FB Vince Williams, foot (O); LB Ed Judie, hamstring, hand (D).
Data: 49ers favored by 8 . . . 49ers lead series, 17-7-2 . . . Saints and 49ers are tied for best defense in the NFL, and 49ers are second in the NFC in offense . . . Saints defeated Chiefs, 27-17, last week . . . Wayne Wilson is first in NFC in kickoff returns and fifth in rushing . . . 49ers beat Cardinals, 31-20, on Joe Montana's 408 yards passing.
Broncos (1-2) at Chargers (1-2)
TV: WRC-TV-4, WMAR-TV-2, 4 p.m.
Injury Report: Denver: RB Rob Lytle, shoulder (D); RB Sammy Winder, hamstring (D); LB Steve Busick, ankle, foot (Q). San Diego: S Bob Gregor, elbow (O).
Data: Chargers favored by 6 1/2 . . . Chargers lead series, 23-10-1 . . . Bronco defense is last in NFL, Charger offense is third in AFC . . . Broncos lost to Seahawks, 17-10 . . . QB Steve DeBerg will start over Craig Morton . . . PR Rick Upchurch leads NFL with 19 yards per return . . . Chargers lost Monday night to Raiders, 28-24 . . . RB Chuck Muncie tied for second in AFC in scoring (18 points) and WR Wes Chandler second in receiving (17 catches).
Chiefs (1-2) at Rams (0-3)
Injury Report: Kansas City: WR J.T. Smith, ribs (D); LB Dave Klug, knee (Q); TE Ed Beckman, knee (Q); DE Mike Bell, groin (Q). Rams: LB Carl Ekern, knee (O).
Data: Rams favored by 2 1/2 . . . Rams lead series, 1-0; only meeting was in 1973 . . . Chiefs lost to Saints, 27-17, last week . . . Defense is third in AFC . . . Nick Lowery tied for second in NFL in kick scoring . . . Rams were beaten by Falcons, 34-17 . . . S Nolan Cromwell leads NFC in interceptions.
Steelers (3-0) at Seahawks (1-2)
Injury Report: Pittsburgh: S Ernest French, leg (O); NT Edmund Nelson, ankle (Q). RB Walter Abercrombie (knee) leaves injured reserve; available. Seattle: T Dennis Boyd, knee (O); RB Dan Doornink, knee (Q).
Data: Steelers favored by 7 . . . Steelers lead series, 2-1 . . . Steelers beat Oilers, 24-10 . . . Offense is fourth in the AFC and QB Terry Bradshaw leads conference with a 98.2 rating (fourth in NFL) . . . S Donnie Shell's four interceptions lead league . . . Seahawks defeated Broncos, 17-10 . . . Jim Zorn, reinstated by acting Coach Mike McCormack last week as starting QB, has completed 55 percent this season.
Dolphins (3-0) at Buccaneers (0-3)
TV: WJLA-TV-7, 9 p.m. Monday.
Injury Report: Miami: DE Doug Betters, thumb (O); WR Vince Heflin, hamstring (Q). Tampa Bay: C Steve Wilson, ankle (D).
Data: Dolphins favored by 2 1/2 . . . Dolphins lead series, 1-0 (1976) . . . Buccaneers lost to Cowboys, 14-9 . . . Theo Bell is third in NFC with 11 yards per punt return . . . Dolphins defeated Bills, 9-7 . . . Defense is fifth in AFC.
Key: O--Out for undetermined length of time. D--Doubtful, 75 percent chance will not play. Q--Questionable, 50-50 chance will play.