Jets (6-3) at Bengals (7-2)

Radio: WTOP-1500, WCBM-680, 12:30 p.m.

Injury Report: Jets: DT Ben Rudolph, knee (O). Bengals: G Max Montoya, knee (O).

Data: Bengals, favored by 4, have won last three games, but trail series, 4-3. Jets lost to Chiefs, but finished third in AFC in total offense and total defense. RB Freeman McNeil led NFL in rushing with 786 yards and QB Richard Todd threw for 1,961 yards and 14 touchdowns. CB Bobby Jackson tied for AFC lead with five interceptions . . . Bengals beat Oilers, 35-27, and offense was second in AFC. QB Ken Anderson completed a record 70.55 percent (218-309) of passes. WR Chris Collinsworth has caught 49 passes for 700 yards; five other caught 20 or more passes. Chargers (6-3) at Steelers (6-3)

TV: WRC-TV-4, WMAR-TV-2, 12:30 p.m.

Injury Report: Chargers: none reported. Steelers: LB Bryan Hinkle, thigh (D); DE Tom Beasley, neck (Q); S Fred Bohannon, hand (Q).

Data: Steelers favored by 1 1/2 and lead series, 6-2. Chargers lost to Raiders, 41-34, but led NFL in total offense (450.7 yards per game) and passing offense (324.6). TE Kellen Winslow's 54 catches led AFC, and WR Wes Chandler caught 49 passes for 1,032 yards . . . Steelers defeated Browns, 37-21, in last regular season game. RB Franco Harris led team in rushing (604 yards) and receiving (31), and is NFL career playoff rushing leader (1,488). Defense averaged club-record 85 yards against run this season and had 33 sacks.