Redskins (6-2) at Chargers (3-5)

TV: WJLA-TV-7, WJZ-TV-13, 9 p.m. Monday

Radio: WMAL-630, WCBM-680

Injury Report: Washington--S Ken Coffey, knee (O); LB Larry Kubin, ankle (O). San Diego--WR Roger Carr, hamstring (O); QB Dan Fouts, shoulder (D); RB Chuck Muncie, groin (Q); RB James Brooks, hamstring (Q); WR Wes Chandler, kidney (Q); C Dan Macek, neck (Q); TE Eric Sievers, ankle (Q); WR Bobby Duckworth, hip (Q); S Bob Gregor, knee (Q).

Data: Redskins favored by 3 in Monday night game . . . They lead league in points scored (267) and extended streak of scoring 21 or more to 14 games with 38-10 defeat of Lions. Redskins lead NFC in rushing offense (160 yards a game) and rushing defense (82.9). Jeff Hayes has put 16 of 37 punts inside opponents' 20. Opponents have done that only once to Redskins . . . Five of Chargers' offensive starters are injured and may not play. Last week, the defense held Denver to 261 yards in 14-6 loss, the fewest yards it has allowed in 35 games. Ed Luther, Fouts' backup, had eight of his passes dropped in that game. Redskins are 12-8 on Monday nights (4-6 on the road). Chargers are 9-4 (7-2 at home). Colts (4-4) at Eagles (4-4)

TV: WMAR-TV-2, WRC-TV-4, 1 p.m.

Radio: WCBM-680

Injury Report: Baltimore--OT Jim Mills, knee (O). Philadelphia--LB Jody Schulz, knee (O); RB Wilbert Montgomery, knee (O); S Wes Hopkins, thigh (Q); DE Dennis Harrison, neck (Q); G Steve Kenny, head (Q); RB Michael Williams, shoulder (Q).

Data: Eagles by 5 . . . Colts continue to hurt themselves with mistakes. Two of four turnovers vs. Dolphins turned into touchdowns in 21-7 Miami win. QB Mark Herrmann, out since preseason with shoulder injury, has been practicing and may be activated. CB Derrick Hatchett, who didn't play recent weeks in a contract dispute, also may return . . . The last four weeks, Eagles have had top NFC defense, but have scored only one touchdown the last two games. They have converted just 28.6 percent of their third downs and are winless this year in three home games. Cowboys (7-1) at Giants (2-5-1)

TV: WDVM-TV-9, WBAL-TV-11, 1 p.m.

Radio: WEEL-1310

Injury Report: Dallas--P John Warren, knee (D). New York--DE Curtis McGriff, knee (injured reserve); LB Mike Whittington, knee (injured reserve); DE George Martin, back (O).

Data: Cowboys by 7 . . . They defeated Giants in Dallas, 28-13, on Sept. 18, but have not won in New York since 1979. QB Danny White has thrown for 14 touchdowns, and 13 interceptions. He will punt again this week. Cowboys list RB Tony Dorsett (725 yards, third in NFL) as "probable" with an injury new to official NFL report: general body soreness . . . Giants have not won in last four. QB Jeff Rutledge (20 of 46 in 20-20 tie in St. Louis) probably will get his second start. MLB Harry Carson will be activated, allowing Lawrence Taylor to return to the outside. Rams (5-3) at Miami (5-3)

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

Injury Report: Los Angeles--WR Henry Ellard, shoulder (Q). Miami--DE Kim Bokamper, knee (D); LB A.J. Duhe, knee (Q); LB Earnie Rhone, pneumonia (Q); C Mark Dennard, shoulder (injured reserve).

Data: Dolphins by 3 . . . Important game for each team, matching two of the league's top rookies. Rams RB Eric Dickerson leads NFL with 995 yards and 14 TDs; Dolphins' Dan Marino is AFC's top passer (11 TDs) and has not been intercepted in last two games. Miami, which has lost eight LBs since training camp, used 4-3 defense extensively for first time in defeating Colts. DE Doug Betters leads NFL with 12 sacks. Jets (5-3) at 49ers (6-2)

Injury Report: New York--TE Tom Coombs, ankle (D); LB Jim Eliopulos, thigh (Q); LB Stan Blinka, hamstring (Q). San Francisco--CB Tim Collier, shoulder (D); DT John Harty, foot (D); C Fred Quillan, knee (Q); WR Freddie Solomon, thigh (Q).

Data: 49ers by 6 . . . Jets' heralded receivers Lam Jones and Derrick Gaffney have not caught a touchdown pass this year. Jets blew a 21-0 lead in losing third straight, 27-21 to Falcons . . . 49ers trailed Rams, 35-24, midway in fourth quarter before Joe Montana rallied them to 45-35 victory. WR Renaldo Nehemiah caught five passes, one for TD. Ray Wersching has been good on 15 of 16 field goal kicks. Seahawks (4-4) at Raiders (6-2)

Radio: WEEL-1310, 4 p.m.

Injury Report: Seattle--CB Keith Simpson, calf (Q); RB Eric Lane, hip (Q); S Paul Moyer, ribs (Q). Los Angeles--WR Cliff Branch, hamstring (Q).

Data: Raiders by 7 . . . Seahawks capitalized on eight turnovers to win, 38-36, two weeks ago. Since, both teams have changed QBs. Dave Krieg (13 of 20, 2 TDs in relief in 27-21 loss to Pittsbugh) starts over Jim Zorn for Seattle. Steve Largent's 83-game pass catching streak is league's longest. Seattle is 4-0 in games Curt Warner has carried 20 or more times . . . QB Mark Wilson (318 yards, 3 TDs) was superb replacing Jim Plunkett for Raiders in victory over Dallas. RB Frank Hawkings had career high 118 yards. Patriots (4-4) at Falcons (3-5)

Injury Report: New England--LB Tim Golden, shoulder (D); T Bob Cryder, thigh (D); DE Ken Sims, fibula (Q); TE Lin Dawson, knee (Q). Atlanta--none reported.

Data: Falcons by 3 . . . Two of league's most inconsistent teams. New England RB Tony Collins leads NFL with 5.8 yards a carry average. Patriots have scored the last 10 times they got inside opponents' 20. In each of their last two games, they have scored 24 consecutive points in fourth quarter . . . Billy (White Shoes) Johnson had 226 yards in Atlanta's comeback victory over Jets. Falcons rookie DE Mike Pitts has 4 1/2 sacks in last two games. Team's five losses were by a combined 19 points. Lions (3-5) at Bears (3-5)

Injury Report: Detroit--CB Al Latimer, knee (O). Chicago--DT Dan Hampton, knee surgery (O); S Gary Fencik, groin (D).

Data: Bears by 2 1/2 . . . Lions have won last four of five from Bears. Hard feelings remain from 31-17 victory two weeks ago when Chicago Coach Mike Ditka ordered Dave Duerson "to get" Detroit K Ed Murray on a kickoff. QB Eric Hipple is 5-1 vs. Bears . . . Chicago QB Vince Evans had his best game (28 of 45 for 336 yards) in loss to Lions. Chiefs (4-4) at Broncos (5-3)

Injury Report: Kansas City--G Tom Condon, foot (O); S Lloyd Burruss, hamstring (Q). Denver--NT Don Latimer, toe (Q); RB Sammy Winder, ankle (Q); RB Rick Parros, shoulder (Q).

Data: Broncos by 2 1/2 . . . Kansas City leads series, 31-14. Chiefs QB Bill Kenney (57 percent) has not thrown an interception in last two games. Kansas City has top pass defense in NFL (160 yards a game) and leads league in forcing turnovers (32) . . . Broncos have won three straight, and are allowing fewest points in NFL (123). RB Dave Preston, in place of Winder, had 99 yards on 22 carries in 14-6 defeat of Chargers. Oilers (0-8) at Browns (4-4)

Injury Report: Houston--RB Earl Campbell, groin (Q); RB Stan Edwards, hamstring (D). Cleveland--CB Larry Braziel, knee (O); TE Harry Holt, knee (D).

Data: Browns by 9 . . . Oilers' losing streak now at 15. Last week's loss to Chiefs was the second in OT this year. Florian Kempf missed from 32 and 41 yards on field goal attempts that would have won game. Oilers' last victory on road was in 1981, in Cleveland . . . QB Paul McDonald replaces Brian Sipe (16 TDs, 17 interceptions) as Browns have lost three of last four. They have lost five of last seven to Oilers in Cleveland. Vikings (6-2) at Cardinals (2-5-1)

Injury Report: Minnesota--WR Terry LeCount, ankle (Q); RB Tony Galbreath, leg (Q); TE Steve Jordan, shoulder (Q). St. Louis--CB Jeff Griffin, arm (O); RB Stump Mitchell, toe (D); DT Elois Grooms, ankle (D).

Data: Vikings by 3 1/2 . . . QB Steve Dils has led them to three straight victories although, for season, Vikings have allowed as many points as they have scored (184). RB Ted Brown rushed 29 times for 179 yards in OT win over Packers . . . Cardinals, in general, were awful in Monday tie with Giants. K Neil O'Donoghue missed three potential game winners, but Coach Jim Hanifan pledged to stick with him. Vikings are 4-0 on the road; Cardinals are 0-3-1 at home. Saints (5-3) at Bills (5-3)

Injury Report: New Orleans--RB Wayne Wilson, knee (O); TE Larry Hardy, leg (O); G Brad Edelman, knee (D); T Leon Gray, leg (D). Buffalo--CB Mario Clark, knee (O).

Data: Bills by 2 1/2 . . . Saints, 8-31-2 vs. AFC teams, are off to best start in their 17 years; their seven sacks in come-from-behind, 24-21 defeat of Tampa Bay tied them for NFL lead (35) . . . Bills are 2-3 at home but must play five of last seven on road. WR Frank Lewis' 116 yards (seven catches) in 31-0 loss to Patriots was his 15th 100-yard game. Buccaneers (0-8) at Steelers (6-2)

Injury Report: Tampa Bay--S Cedric Brown, leg (O); G Sean Farrell, hamstring (O); RB James Owens, knee (Q). Pittsburgh--S Ron Johnson, knee (O); T Larry Brown, leg (O); G Steve Courson, knee (Q); DB Harvey Clayton, knee (Q); WR Greg Hawthorne, thigh (D).

Data: Steelers by 10 1/2 . . . The floundering Buccaneers have started seven offensive line combinations in eight games. DE Lee Roy Selmon had three sacks and forced two fumbles in loss to Saints. QB Jack Thompson has been intercepted 14 times . . . Steelers have won their last four. They are 29-11 vs. NFC teams, 16-1 at Three Rivers Stadium. QB Cliff Stoudt has completed 68 percent in last two games and was not intercepted in either. He has rushed for 223 yards (5.4 average). Packers (4-4) at Bengals (2-6)

Injury Report: Green Bay--LB George Cumby, knee (D); RB Eddie Lee Ivery, "emotionally strained" (non-football injured reserve). Cincinnati--G Mike Obrovac, foot (O); TE Dan Ross, knee (Q); WR Isaac Curtis, hip (Q).

Data: Bengals by 1 1/2 . . . Packers have alternated winning and losing this season, losing to Vikings, 20-17, last week. Green Bay is second in NFC offensively, last defensively. WR James Lofton leads league with 800 yards (35 receptions) . . . QB Ken Anderson, who missed last two games with a neck injury, probably will be available for Bengals. Turk Schonert, however, may start again. He was 16 of 20, no interceptions, in 28-21 victory over Browns. Bengals have NFL's top-ranked defense (282 yards allowed per game).

KEY: (O)--out indefinitely; (D)--75 percent chance will not play; (Q)--50 percent chance will not play.