Lions at Redskins

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

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

Injury Update: Detroit -- WR Robbie Martin, neck (O); T Don Laster, groin (Q). Washington -- RB John Riggins, back (Q).

Data: Redskins favored by 10 . . . Lions (3-6-1) are 0-11 in Washington. Their opponents are completing 64 percent of their passes; Lions have intercepted only six, and are minus-seven in turnover ratio . . . Redskins (6-4) come off 27-14 Monday night defeat of Atlanta. In last two years, teams playing Monday night have a 23-23 record the following Sunday, but Redskins are 4-0 under Coach Joe Gibbs. They are 34-3 in last 37 games they have rushed 30 or more times; winless in last 10 games with fewer than 30 rushes. Colts at Jets

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

Injury Update: Indianapolis -- RB Curtis Dickey, knee (O); LB Greg Bracelin, ankle (Q). New York -- CB Russell Carter, ankle (O); LB Bob Crable, knee (O); CB Johnny Lynn, ankle (D); S Darrol Ray, foot (D).

Data: Jets by 9 . . . Both teams have lost their last two. Colts (3-7) have given up an average of 401 yards in last three games, scoring only five touchdowns in last five. Dickey's loss makes bad situation worse. QB Mark Herrmann starts . . . Jets (6-4) lead AFC in rushing, 151 yards a game; Freeman McNeil leads AFC rushers with 843 yards and has six 100-yard games. Cowboys at Cardinals

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

Injury Update: Dallas -- QB Danny White, left shoulder (Q); DE Ed Jones, knee (Q); CB Carl Howard, knee (Q). St. Louis -- DT Mark Duda, knee (injured reserve); G Dan Audik, groin (O).

Data: Cardinals by 4 1/2 . . . QB Gary Hogeboom starts for Cowboys in matchup of two of four NFC East coleaders (all with 6-4 records). Cardinals beat Cowboys, 31-20, on Oct. 7, but have not swept season series since 1970. St. Louis is 1-4 against NFC East opponents. It has No. 1-ranked offense in NFC; Dallas has conference's No. 4 defense. Broncos at Chargers

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

Injury Update: Denver -- G Keith Bishop, foot (O); TE John Sawyer, knee (O); LB Aaron Smith, knee (O); DE Rulon Jones, thigh (Q); TE James Wright, calf (Q). San Diego -- TE Eric Sievers, knee (D); TE Pete Holohan, ankle (Q); RB Lionel James, ankle (Q); LB Woodrow Lowe, head (Q); CB Danny Walters, ankle (Q).

Data: Game rated even . . . Including "probables," Broncos (9-1) had 14 players on weekly injury list. They have won eight straight, tying club record, and have intercepted at least one pass in every game this season, with 12 players having interceptions . . . Chargers (5-5) broke three-game losing streak with 38-10 defeat of Colts last week. WR Charlie Joyner needs 15 catches to break Charley Taylor's NFL record of 649. Eagles at Dolphins

Radio: WFBR-1300, 1 p.m.

Injury Update: Philadelphia -- NT Harvey Armstrong, groin (Q); C Gerry Feehery, knee (Q); RB Hubie Oliver, shoulder (Q); LB Jerry Robinson, shoulder (Q); DE Thomas Strauthers, foot (Q); DE Greg Brown, shoulder (Q). Miami -- DE Mike Charles, knee (O); CB McNeal, knee (O); FB Woody Bennett, ankle (Q); RB Eddie Hill, ankle (Q).

Data: Dolphins by 14 1/2 . . . they have won 15 straight regular season games, 10 this season. Dan Marino, league's leading passer, has been sacked just six times. Dolphins have trailed in only two games . . . Eagles (4-5) have only three touchdowns rushing. Bears at Rams

Injury Update: Chicago -- QB Jim McMahon, kidney (O); CB Leslie Frazier, foot (D); DT Dan Hampton, elbow (D). Los Angeles -- QB Vince Ferragamo, hand (O).

Data: Rams by 3 . . . Steve Fuller replaces McMahon. Game features NFL's top two rushers: Rams' Eric Dickerson (1,160 yards) and Bears' Walter Payton (1,112). Bears (7-3) are No. 1 against run in NFC (78.7 yards a game); Rams are No. 3 (96.1). Chicago leads NFL with 47 sacks, getting 20 in last two games . . . QB Jeff Kemp is 5-2 as starter for Rams. Giants at Buccaneers

Injury Update: New York -- DE Curtis McGriff, back (Q). Tampa Bay -- DE Lee Roy Selmon, shoulder (Q); T Gene Sanders, ankle (Q).

Data: Giants by 3 . . . they lead series, 5-2, with 17-14 victory Sept. 23. Giants (6-4) have eight receivers averaging more than 10 yards a catch. In second half of last week's 19-7 victory, they did not allow Cowboys past midfield until final minute . . . Buccaneers (3-7) have lost four straight and are minus-nine in turnovers. Vikings at Packers

Injury Update: Minnesota -- QB Tommy Kramer, right shoulder (D); DE Mark Mullaney, neck (D); DE Doug Martin, knee (D). Green Bay -- RB Jessie Clark, back (Q); NT Bill Neill, hip (Q).

Data: Packers (3-7) by 6 1/2 in Milwaukee . . . they have won their last two and lead series, 9-2. In last week's 23-13 victory over Saints, they ran for more than 200 yards (207) for first time since 1980 . . . QB Wade Wilson starts for Vikings (3-7). Jan Stenerud has made 17 of 19 field goal attempts. Steelers at Bengals

Injury Update: Pittsburgh -- T Steve August, knee (Q); LB Jack Lambert, toe (Q); G Terry Long, knee (Q); QB David Woodley, leg (Q). Cincinnati -- WR Steve Kreider, hamstring (Q); RB Stanford Jennings, groin (Q).

Data: Steelers by 1 . . . Mark Malone, replacing Woodley, has thrown for three touchdowns in each of the last two games, both victories. Steelers (6-4) have won eight of last 12 road games, but are 5-8 in Cincinnati . . . Bengals (3-7) have been outscored, 136-86, in second half. 49ers at Browns

Injury Update: San Francisco -- S Jeff Fuller, illness (O); WR Mike Wilson, knee (Q); T Bubba Paris, knee (Q). Cleveland -- S Don Rogers, shoulder (D); CB Frank Minnifield, hamstring (Q); NT Bob Golic, leg (Q).

Data: 49ers by 6 1/2 . . . at 9-1 they have best record in NFC, but trail in this series, 8-3. Joe Montana, NFC's top-rated passer, has thrown for more than 300 yards in three straight games . . . Browns (2-8) are No. 1 in AFC in total defense (allowing 273 yards a game) and against the pass (151 a game). Oilers at Chiefs

Injury Update: Houston -- T Dean Steinkuhler, knee (O). Kansas City -- QB Bill Kenney, knee-shoulder (D); C Bob Rush, back (Q); DE Art Still, shoulder (Q); T Matt Herkenhoff, shoulder (Q).

Data: Chiefs by 13 1/2 . . . Kenney did not practice this week, and Todd Blackledge will start. Chiefs (5-5) are coming off 45-0 loss to Seattle, worst in franchise's history . . . Oilers (0-10) have lost NFL-record 23 straight on road, also have given up 300 points, most in league. Bills at Patriots

Injury Update: Buffalo -- QB Joe Dufek, knee (O). New England -- WR Irving Fryar, shoulder (D); LB Brian Ingram, hamstring (Q); NT Dennis Owens, elbow (Q); CB Ernest Gibson, anke (Q); TE Derrick Ramsey, foot (Q); DE Doug Rogers, foot (Q); C Pete Brock, knee (Q).

Data: Patriots by 13 1/2 . . . Bills (0-10) have lost 12 straight, with 21-17 loss to Patriots (6-4) on Sept. 2. Bills have been outscored, 177-57, in first half. Joe Ferguson never has had more than one touchdown pass in a game at Foxboro . . . Patriots have won four straight in series. WR Stanley Morgan is first on team to gain more than 6,000 yards receiving (6,103) and has tied Gino Cappelletti's club record of 292 career catches. Saints at Falcons

Injury Update: New Orleans -- LB Jim Kovach, knee (O); TE John Tice, ankle (O). Atlanta -- QB Steve Bartkowski, knee (O); G Eric Sanders, knee (O); LB David Frye, wrist (Q); WR Willie Curren, hip (Q); S Blane Gaison, thigh (Q).

Data: Falcons by 1 . . . Mike Moroski replaces Bartkowski. Falcons, 36-28 losers to Saints opening day, are 3-7 and have lost their last four. Gerald Riggs needs 38 yards to become team's third 1,000-yard rusher in a season . . . Saints (4-6) have healthy Earl Campbell and George Rogers, but leading rusher the last four games has been Hokie Gajan, averaging 6.7 yards a carry. Raiders at Seahawks

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

Radio: WWDC-1260, WTOP-1500, WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: Los Angeles -- QB David Humm, abdominal tear (injured reserve); NG Reggie Kinlaw, groin (D); LB Matt Millen, groin (Q). Seattle -- G Edwin Bailey, knee (O).

Data: Seahawks by 3 1/2 . . . Raiders (7-3) have activated TE Dave Casper. They are 21-2-1 on Monday nights; Seattle (8-2) is 4-1. Raiders, 28-14 winners over Seahawks on Oct. 7, allowed nine sacks in last week's 17-6 loss to Bears . . . Seahawks have won four straight and are second in NFL with 42 sacks. They set NFL record last week with four interception returns for touchdowns against Chiefs.

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