TV: WDVM-TV-9, 1 p.m.
Radio: WMAL-630, 1 p.m.
Injury Report: Cardinals: G Joe Bostic, knee (D); CB Roger Wehrli, knee (O); WR Mel Gray, knee (O). Redskins: WR Alvin Garrett, ankle (O); KR Mike Nelms, leg (Q); LB Monte Coleman, shoulder (Q).
Data: Redskins favored by five points. Mark Moseley's four field goals Dec. 12 gave the Redskins a 12-7 victory and improved series lead to 43-31-2. If summoned, Moseley will attempt his 24th straight field goal over two seasons. A Washington win would ensure home-field advantage throughout the playoffs . . . Cardinals, coming off a last-minute, 24-21 victory over the Giants, are 4-0 on the road and 1-3 at home. Punter Carl Birdsong leads NFC with 44.4-yard average. Dolphins (6-2) at Colts (0-7-1)
Radio: WCBM-680, 2 p.m.
Injury Report: Dolphins: G Ed Newman, knee (O). Colts: S Jeff Delaney, calf (O); WR Holden Smith, calf (Q).
Data: Colts are eight-point underdogs. Dolphins, playing for home-field advantage in the playoffs, overcame a 10-0 deficit to beat Buffalo Monday night, 27-10. (They are 12-9 coming off Monday night games.) Miami downed the Colts, 24-20, on Sept. 19 and increased series lead to 17-9 . . . If they lose, the Colts would complete their first winless season in the club's 35-year history. Raiders (7-1) at Chargers (6-2)
TV: WRC-TV-4, 4 p.m.
Injury Report: Raiders: CB Mike Hawkins, groin (D). Chargers: RB Ricky Bell, leg (Q).
Data: Chargers 4 1/2-point favorites. Raiders victory would clinch home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, while the Chargers need victory to return to Jack Murphy Stadium in the postseason. Raiders came back from a 24-0 deficit to defeat the Chargers, 27-24, on Nov. 22 . . . Chargers lead league in total offense (452.4 yards a game) while the Raiders' defense is the NFL's toughest against the rush, yielding 77.7 yards a game. San Diego going for fourth straight game with more than 500 yards offense. Browns (4-4) at Steelers (5-3)
TV: WMAR-TV-2, 1 p.m.
Injury Report: Browns: CB Lawrence Johnson, knee (O); DE Mike Robinson, tonsillitis (Q). Steelers: S Fred Bohannon, hand (D).
Data: Steelers seven-point favorites. Browns will be denied a playoff berth only if they lose and Buffalo and New England play to a tie. Cleveland increased series lead to 38-27 with 10-9 victory over Steelers Dec. 19 . . . Steelers, in the playoffs after a two-year absence, returned to old form last week, with Terry Bradshaw completing 17 of 27 for 282 yards, and Franco Harris gaining his second 100-yard rushing game of the season and 41st of his career . . . All-pro offensive tackle Larry Brown has a sprained left ankle and will not start for Steelers. Tunch Ilkin will start in his place. Giants (3-5) at Eagles (3-5)
Injury Report: Giants: NT Bill Neill, knee (D); WR Floyd Eddings, ribs (Q); WR Johnny Perkins, back (Q); LB Mike Whittington, hand (Q); LB Byron Hunt, hand (Q). Eagles: G Ron Baker, foot (Q); DE Dennis Harrison, foot (Q); TE John Spagnola, thigh (D); RB Louie Giammona, arm (D); RB Billy Campfield, tonsillitis (D).
Data: Eagles 4 1/2-point favorites. Giants going for fourth straight win over Eagles, after 23-7 trouncing on Dec. 11. Giants need a win coupled with losses by Detroit, New Orleans and San Francisco, or Dallas, Chicago, New Orleans and San Francisco to qualify for playoffs . . . Coming off a 24-20 upset of Dallas, Philadelphia can reach playoffs with a win today and losses by Detroit, New Orleans and San Francisco, or Dallas, Chicago, Detroit and San Francisco. Rams (1-7) at 49ers (3-5)
TV: WBAL-TV-11, 4 p.m.
Injury Report: Rams: LB Mel Owens, shoulder (Q); LB Jim Collins, ankle (Q); RB Wendell Tyler, ankle (Q); QB Bert Jones, neck (O). 49ers: CB Eric Wright, knee (Q).
Data: San Francisco 9 1/2-point favorites. The Super Bowl champs clinch a playoff spot with a win if either the Saints or Buccaneers lose. Dwight Clark caught four passes for 104 yards against Chiefs last week and leads league with 56 catches for 859 yards and five TDs . . . Vince Ferragamo threw for 509 yards last week, the second-highest one-game total ever, but the Rams lost fourth straight, 34-26, to Chicago. The 49ers won Dec. 2 matchup, 30-24.Bills (4-4) at Patriots (4-4)
Injury Report: Bills: none reported. Patriots: LB Tim Golden, shoulder (Q).
Data: Bills by 3 1/2. The winner clinches a playoff berth, while the loser is eliminated. If they tie, both teams advance, and Cleveland is eliminated if it loses to Pittsburgh. Last week, both teams lost: the Bills, 27-10 to Miami; and the Patriots, 37-14, to Pittsburgh. Packers (5-2-1) at Lions (3-5)
Injury Report: Packers: T Karl Swanke, knee (O); S Mike Jolly, knee (D). Lions: S Ray Oldham, knee (O); RB Ken Callicut, knee (O).
Data: Packers by one. The Packers, with their first playoff berth since 1972, have the second-best defense in the conference . . . The Lions advance to the playoffs only if they win and Tampa Bay or San Francisco loses--unless Dallas, Chicago, New Orleans and San Francisco lose. Jets (6-2) at Chiefs (2-6)
Injury Report: Jets: DT Marty Lyons, hamstring (O); T Marvin Powell, ankle (D); CB Johnny Lynn, hamstring (D). Chiefs: CB Deron Cherry, shoulder (O); G Tom Condon, foot (D); WR J.T. Smith, leg (Q); LB Gary Spani, neck (Q); RB James Hadnot, hamstring (Q); RB Billy Jackson, toe (Q).
Data: Jets, favored by five, in playoffs for second straight year with 42-14 victory over Vikings last week. Teams last met in 1975, when Jets won, 30-24. Freeman McNeil increased his league-leading rushing total to 703 yards with 82 yards against Vikings . . . KC beat Chargers, but lost to Raiders and 49ers at home . . . Chiefs rank 13th in AFC in offensive yards per game; the Jets are second. Bears (3-5) at Buccaneers (4-4)
Injury Report: Bears: none reported. Buccaneers: LB Dana Nafziger, back (O); T Charley Hannah, calf (Q).
Data: Bucs 4 1/2 over Bears. Tampa Bay will make playoffs for third time with a win or tie. The Bucs' defense, toughest in the NFC, will be looking for Walter Payton, whose 104 yards against the Rams last week pushed him over the 10,000 career yard mark. The Bears must win and either San Francisco or Detroit must lose if they are to make the playoffs. Bengals (6-2) at Oilers (1-7)
Injury Report: Bengals: CB Louis Breeden, groin (Q); S Bryan Hicks, hip (Q). Oilers: QB Archie Manning, hamstring (D).
Data: Bengals by 10 1/2. Bengals are in; Oilers are out. Ken Anderson was 22 of 29 last week for 265 yards in a 24-10 win over Seattle. Cris Collinsworth ranks second in AFC receiving (44 catches for 651 yards) and the Bengals are third in both team offense and defense . . . Injured Manning may be replaced by Gifford Nielsen, who was 18 of 33 for 266 yards last week. Falcons (5-3) at Saints (3-5)
Injury Report: Falcons: none reported. Saints: TE Hoby Brenner, knee (O); RB Jimmy Rogers, ankle (O); QB Ken Stabler, left elbow (D); RB George Rogers, hamstring (D); LB Dennis Winston, knee (D).
Data: Falcons by 5 1/2. Atlanta shut out the Saints, 35-0, Dec. 12 for its ninth win in the last 10 matchups, and has already clinched a playoff spot. Last week both teams lost: the Falcons to Green Bay, 38-7, and the Saints to the Redskins, 27-10. Alfred Jenkins extended his pass-catch streak to 97 games, fourth longest in NFL history . . . Utilityman Guido Merkens will start at quarterback if Stabler is unable to play. Broncos (2-6) at Seahawks (3-5)
Injury Report: Broncos: S Dennis Smith, hamstring (D); NT Don Latimer, shoulder (D); QB Craig Morton, knees (D); RB Ron Lytle, shoulder (Q); TE Jim Wright, knee (Q). Seahawks: DT Robert Hardy, ankle (O).
Data: Seahawks by 3 1/2. Seahawks try to sweep Broncos for first time since series began in 1977, after 17-10 victory Nov. 21. Neither team has chance for playoffs. Seattle LB Michael Jackson is suspended for final game. Cowboys (6-2) at Vikings (4-4)
TV: WJLA-TV-7, WJZ-TV-13, 9 p.m. Monday
Radio: WTOP-1500, WCBM-680
Injury Report: Cowboys: G Howard Richards, ankle (D); G Kurt Petersen, knee (Q). Vikings: TE Bob Bruer, ribs (Q); WR Sammy White, knee (Q); LB Scott Studwell, knee (Q).
Data: Dallas by 5 1/2. Game will be moved to the Superdome in New Orleans if the Metrodome is not ready in time. The dome's inflated roof collapsed last week, but was to be re-inflated today . . . Both teams have clinched postseason spots. Dallas had six-game win streak broken last week by Philadelphia, 24-20, while the Jets beat Minnesota, 42-14. Cowboys' 9-4 series lead includes 36-20 win in 1979's last meeting . . . Vikings are 5-1 in Metrodome, including a 2-0 preseason record. Both teams will be playing for higher tournament seedings.
Key: O--Out, will not play; D--Doubtful, 75 percent chance will not play; Q--Questionable, 50-50 chance will not play.