Buccaneers (5-4) at Cowboys (6-3)

TV: WDVM-TV-9, WBAL-TV-11, 4 p.m.

Radio: WTOP-1500, WCBM-680, 4 p.m.

Injury Report: Buccaneers: SS Cedric Brown, shoulder (D); CB Mike Washington, back (D); S Johnny Ray Smith, knee (D); RB James Owens, ankle (Q). Cowboys: GB Danny White, thumb (P); G Kurt Petersen, knee (Q).

Data: Cowboys, favored by 8, beat Buccaneers, 14-9, on Nov. 21 and lead series, 4-0. Dallas also won, 38-0, in 1981 playoffs. Buccaneers defeated Bears, 26-23, and have made playoffs three of last four years. Defense was best in NFC, holding opponents to 2,442 yards and 178 points. K Bill Capece was second in NFC in scoring with 68 points, and RB James Wilder caught 53 passes for 466 yards . . . Cowboys lost to Vikings, 31-27, their second straight defeat. Offense was second in NFC in total yards (3,199) and RB Tony Dorsett led NFC in rushing with 745 yards. Falcons (5-4) at Vikings (5-4)

Injury Report: Falcons: LB Buddy Curry, knee (O); TE Junior Miller, ankle (D). Vikings: LB Scott Studwell, knee (Q); LB Jeff Siemon, hamstring (Q); WR Sammy White, knee (Q); KR Eddie Payton, knee (Q).

Data: Vikings favored by 2 and lead series, 7-5. Falcons were beaten by Saints, 35-6, and have lost two straight. RB William Andrews rushed for 573 yards and caught 42 passes for 503 yards. WR Alfred Jenkins has caught a pass in 98 straight games . . . Vikings beat Cowboys, 31-27, and have won three of last four. KR Jarvis Redwine was third in NFC with 23.8 average. DE Doug Martin led NFL with 11 1/2 sacks, and QB Tommy Kramer threw for 2,037 yards and 15 touchdowns.