Falcons at Redskins

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

Radio: WMAL-630, WCBM-680, WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: Atlanta -- WR Floyd Hodge, ankle-shoulder (Q); RB Lynn Cain, groin (Q); C Jeff Van Note, hand (Q); WR Alfred Jackson, shoulder (Q). Washington -- TE Don Warren, thigh (Q); RB Otis Wonsley, ankle (Q).

Data: Redskins favored by 10 1/2 . . . Washington is 13-9 (8-2 at home) in prime time, but 1-3 since Joe Gibbs became coach. Atlanta's prime-time record is 5-10, 1-6 on the road. Washington (5-4) leads series, 7-2-1, and is 5-0 at RFK Stadium. LB Monte Coleman has 8 1/2 sacks; NFL leader Lawrence Taylor has nine . . . Falcons (3-6) have been outscored, 93-43, in second quarter. Steve Bartkowski, a 60 percent career passer, has completed only 41 percent in four games against Redskins. Giants at Cowboys

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

Injury Update: New York -- LB Robbie Jones, shoulder (Q); S Kenny Hill, ankle (Q). Dallas -- S Dextor Clinkscale, thigh (Q); TE Brian Salonen, ankle (Q).

Data: Cowboys by 7 . . . New York (5-4) won, 28-7, on Sept. 9 and seeks its first season sweep of Cowboys (6-3) since 1963. Giants had only four rushing touchdowns before last week, but Joe Morris got three in 37-13 defeat of Redskins . . . Tony Dorsett rushed for 104 yards in 23-3 Dallas victory over Colts last week, for his first 100-yard effort in 12 games. His father is ill, however, and Dorsett may not return to Dallas in time for the game. Chargers at Colts

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

Injury Update: San Diego -- TE Eric Sievers, knee (O); WR Wes Chandler, knee (Q); CB Reuben Henderson, groin (Q); TE Pete Holohan, ankle (Q); CB Danny Walters, ankle (Q). Indianapolis -- CB Eugene Daniel, knee (Q); CB James Burroughs, ankle (Q).

Data: Chargers by 4 1/2 . . . they have lost three straight. Colts (3-6) have lost three of last four. Chargers (4-5) were shut out for first time since 1979 in Monday's 24-0 loss to Seattle. Chargers are third in NFL in total offense (398 yards per game) . . . Colts are last in total offense (274 per game) and 26th in defense (allowing 341 per game). Raiders at Bears

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

Injury Update: Los Angeles -- NT Reggie Kinlaw, groin (Q). Chicago -- none reported.

Data: Raiders by 2 . . . Bears (6-3) lead NFL in total defense (243 yards per game) and against the rush (79 per game). They are 4-0 within the NFC Central, but 2-3 outside it. Chicago had 11 sacks last week in 16-7 win over Minnesota and leads NFC with 38. QB Jim McMahon has thrown 124 straight passes without an interception . . . Raiders (7-2) are 36-11-1 against NFC. Dolphins at Jets

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

Injury Update: Miami -- LB Jay Brophy, thumb (D); WR Mark Clayton, ankle (Q). New York -- DT Joe Klecko, elbow (Q); RB Johnny Hector, back (Q); CB Davlin Mullen, quad (Q).

Data: Dolphins by 7 . . . They have won 14 straight, tying three teams for fifth-longest regular-season winning streak in NFL history. Miami (9-0) has won five straight against the Jets (6-3). QB Dan Marino has thrown at least three touchdown passes in three straight games . . . Jets blew 17-point lead in losing to Patriots last week, 30-20. DE Mark Gastineau leads NFL with 16 1/2 sacks. Eagles at Lions

Radio: WFBR-1300, 1 p.m.

Injury Update: Philadelphia -- G-C Gerry Feehery, knee (D); QB Ron Jaworski, groin-back (Q); RB Wilbert Montgomery, hamstring (Q); LB Jerry Robinson, knee (Q); DE Greg Brown, shoulder (Q); NT Ken Clarke, ribs (Q); RB Andre Hardy, knee (Q). Detroit -- G Homer Elias, stomach pull (D); T Don Laster, groin (Q); WR Pete Mandley, ribs (Q); WR Mark Nichols, toe (Q).

Data: Lions by 3 . . . Jaworski and Montgomery went through limited practice late in the week. Eagles (4-5) are last in NFL rushing (79 yards per game) . . . Lions (3-6) are averaging more than 10 penalties a game (for 88 yards per game). Patriots at Broncos

Injury Update: New England -- WR Irving Fryar, shoulder (O); LB Brian Ingram, hamstring (O); G John Hannah, neck (D). Denver -- G Keith Bishop, foot (D); CB Steve Wilson, hamstring (Q); LB Darren Comeaux, finger (Q); NT Scott Garnett, ankle (Q); DE Walt Bowyer, knee (Q).

Data: Broncos by 5 . . . QB John Elway returns from bruised sternum to start for Denver (8-1). Broncos have allowed only five touchdown passes and lead NFL in fewest points allowed (118), most interceptions (24) and turnover ratio (plus 24). Browns at Bills

Injury Update: Cleveland -- S Don Rogers, shoulder (O); CB Frank Minnifield, leg (Q); RB Earnest Byner, knee (Q); CB Rod Perry, groin (Q). Buffalo -- QB Joe Dufek, knee (O); LB Lucious Sanford, knee (O).

Data: Browns by 1 1/2 . . . Browns (1-8) have lost five straight. Bills (0-9) have 11-game losing streak. Under new Coach Marty Schottenheimer, Browns are using two-back offense instead of one-back set. They have lost six games by six points or less . . . Bills have allowed NFL-high 271 points. Chiefs at Seahawks

Injury Update: Kansas City -- NT Bill Maas, leg (Q); RB Theotis Brown, ankle (Q); WR Anthony Hancock, hamstring (Q); DE Mike Bell, knee (Q); WR J.T. Smith, foot (Q); TE Willie Scott, bronchitis (Q). Seattle -- none reported.

Data: Seahawks by 5 1/2 . . . They lead AFC with 38 sacks. Seattle (7-2) is 4-0 at Kingdome. WR Steve Largent extended his pass-catching streak to 100 games in 24-0 Monday victory over Chargers. Alfred Jenkins' streak of 103 is fourth on the all-time list . . . QB Bill Kenney of Chiefs (5-4) was 26 of 46 in last week's 24-20 victory over Tampa Bay. Oilers at Steelers

Injury Update: Houston -- K Florian Kempf, back (Q). Pittsburgh -- QB David Woodley, leg (Q); T Steve August, knee (Q).

Data: Steelers by 13 1/2 . . . Houston (0-9) has lost NFL-record 22 straight on the road . . . Steelers (5-4) are 38-6 against NFC Central at Three Rivers Stadium. Packers at Saints

Injury Update: Green Bay -- G Greg Koch, back (Q); DE Ezra Johnson, back (Q); RB Harlan Huckleby, arm (Q). New Orleans -- C Joel Hilgenberg, elbow (O); G Louis Oubre, toe (O).

Data: Saints by 2 . . . Packers (2-7) have four straight games in which they totaled 400 yards. QB Lynn Dickey threw four touchdown passes in last week's 41-9 victory over Lions. Green Bay leads series, 8-2 . . . New Orleans (4-5) ranks No. 1 in NFL against the pass (219 yards allowed per game). Rams at Cardinals

Injury Update: Los Angeles -- S Eric Harris, ankle (O); QB Vince Ferragamo, hand (O). St. Louis -- G Dan Audick, groin (Q); DE Al Baker, ankle (Q); CB-S Leonard Smith, knee (Q); WR Pat Tilley, leg (Q); S Bill Whitaker, hamstring (Q).

Data: Cardinals by 6 1/2 . . . Rams (5-4) lost, 33-0, last week to 49ers, their worst defeat since 1963. RB Eric Dickerson had only 38 yards after surpassing 100 in four previous games. LB Jim Collins' 85 tackles are 28 more than any other Ram . . . Cardinals (6-3) have won five straight. Buccaneers at Vikings

Injury Update: Tampa Bay -- LB Hugh Green, eye-thigh (O); LB Danny Spradlin, calf (Q); QB Blair Kiel, intestinal illness (Q). Minnesota -- QB Tommy Kramer, shoulder (O); QB Archie Manning, concussion (D); DE Doug Martin, knee (D); DE Mark Mullaney, neck (D); DE Neil Elshire, ankle (D); CB Willie Teal, knee (D); CB John Swain, back (D); WR Sammy White, foot (D); RB Allen Rice, shoulder (D); LB Chris Martin, foot (D).

Data: Vikings by 2 . . . Minnesota (2-7) gained 543 yards, but still lost to Tampa Bay, 35-31, on Oct. 7. Buccaneers (3-6) have lost three straight since. Vikings have lost their last five. Tampa is 0-5 on the road, but four of those losses have been by a combined 17 points. Bengals at 49ers

Injury Update: Cincinnati -- LB Rick Razzano, foot (Q); WR Steve Kreider, hamstring (Q); RB Stan Jennings, groin (Q). San Francisco -- WR Mike Wilson, knee (D).

Data: 49ers by 10 . . . The last time they met was in Super Bowl XVI when 49ers won, 26-21. Forty-Niners' 8-1 start is their best NFL start ever (they won their first 10 in defunct All-American Conference in 1948) . . . Bengals (3-6) have won their last two.

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