Oilers At Redskins

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

Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: Houston: T Harvey Salem, knee (Q); Washington: G Russ Grimm, back (Q); LB Monte Coleman, hamstring (Q).

Data: Redskins favored by 9 1/2. . . Oilers (1-0) rallied from 13-0 and 23-13 deficits to defeat Miami in opener, 26-23. QB Warren Moon completed 12 of 17 passes for 270 yards and Mike Rozier ran for two touchdowns. . . Redskins had seven turnovers in opening-game 44-14 loss to Dallas. QB Joe Theismann, who threw five interceptions, has NFL's current longest QB starting streak of 61 games. Washington is 25-21 against AFC. Houston is 17-31-1 against NFC. Cowboys at Lions

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

Injury Update: Dallas: CB Ron Fellows, knee (Q); Detroit: TE David Lewis, hamstring (D); CB Bruce McNorton, ankle (Q); C-G Kevin Glover, shoulder (Q).

Data: Cowboys by 5. . . Home debut of Lions Coach Darryl Rogers. QB Eric Hipple starts for Detroit, which defeated Atlanta, 28-27, last week as RB Wilbert Montgomery contributed 54 yards rushing. . . Cowboys lead series, 6-2. K Rafael Septien has scored in 119 straight games, third on all-time list behind Fred Cox (151) and Garo Yepremian (133). Giants at Packers

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

Injury Update: New York: RB Rob Carpenter, knee (Q); Green Bay: LB Michael Douglass, shoulder (D); RB Eddie Lee Ivery, thumb (Q); G Ron Hallstrom, leg (Q); LB John Anderson, arm (Q); S Mark Murphy, back (Q).

Data: Packers by 1. . . Giants defeated Eagles last week, 21-0, for their first opening-day shutout since 1946. New York had eight sacks, third highest total in club's history. . . Packers lead series, 24-18-2. They lost to New England, 26-20, last week, and, in one stretch, five straight snaps yielded a fumble, safety and interception. Bills at Jets

Injury Update: Buffalo: LB Eugene Marve, knee (O); CB Charles Romes, ankle (D); New York: CB Bobby Jackson, hamstring (Q).

Data: Jets by 3 1/2. . . They suffered team-record 10 sacks in opening 31-0 road loss to Raiders. Jets are 12-13 in home openers, 0-2 in Giants Stadium, but are 3-0 in home openers against Bills. . . QB Vince Ferragamo competed 31 of 46 passes for 377 yards last week, but Bills managed only three Scott Norwood field goals in 14-9 loss to Chargers. Bills have lost nine straight road games, including 0-8 record last year. Colts at Dolphins

Injury Update: Indianapolis: RB Curtis Dickey, knee (O); NT George Achica, knee (O); QB Art Schlichter, knee (Q); WR Matt Bouza, ribs (Q); S Anthony Young, knee (Q); Miami: none reported.

Data: Dolphins by 17. . . Miami holds 22-9 series edge over Colts and has not lost to them since 1980. Indianapolis had only three first downs passing and three rushing in 45-3 loss to Steelers last week. Mike Pagel starts if Schlichter cannot. . . Coach Don Shula never has lost a Sunday home game in September (15-0), or first two games in any of his 15 years with Miami. Dolphins were 26-23 losers to Houston last week as QB Dan Marino had his streak of 23 straight games with a touchdown pass broken. Seahawks at Chargers

Injury Update: Seattle: S Paul Moyer, shoulder (O); T Bob Cryder, knee (Q); CB Keith Simpson, hamstring (Q); San Diego: RB Curtis Adams, knee (O); K Rolf Benirschke, groin (D).

Data: Seahawks by 4. . . Seahawks WR Steve Largent extended consecutive pass-catching streak to 108 games with five receptions last week in 28-24 win over Bengals. Seattle Coach Chuck Knox is 6-2 overall against Chargers, and 5-3 coaching against San Diego's Don Coryell. . . Chargers, 14-9 winners over Bills last week, lead series, 9-4, but lost twice to Seahawks last season. San Diego is 19-6 in home openers, 5-1 under Coryell. Falcons at 49ers

Injury Update: Atlanta: none reported; San Francisco: RB-KR Carl Monroe, knee (D); NT Michael Carter, hamstring (Q); NT Gary Johnson, knee (Q); G Guy McIntyre, neck (Q).

Data: 49ers by 14. . . Both teams lost their openers. Forty-Niners were 6-0 against NFC West opponents last year; Falcons were 2-4. Falcons QB Steve Bartkowski has yet to be intercepted through four preseason games and 28-27 loss to Lions. Ex-Redskins played well: Charlie Brown had four catches for 48 yards and RB Joe Washington had five receptions for 39. . . 49ers were third in NFL with plus-16 mark in takeaways last year, but had seven turnovers in 28-21 loss to Vikings last week. Rams at Eagles

Injury Update: Los Angeles: RB Barry Redden, ankle (D); Philadelphia: TE Vyto Kab, hamstring (D); G Ron Baker, ankle (Q); LB Mike Reichenbach, knee (Q); WR Keith Baker, groin (Q).

Data: Rams by 4 1/2. . . Rookie QB Randall Cunningham will start over Ron Jaworksi for Eagles, who lost opener to Giants, 21-0, and had only 168 yards total offense. Eagles have only defeated Rams once since 1959, and lost seven times. . . QB Dieter Brock, in NFL debut after long career in Canada, completed 16 of 29 for 174 yards as Rams defeated Denver, 20-16, last week. Former Heisman Trophy winner Charles White came off bench to rush for 83 yards on 18 carries. Vikings at Buccaneers

Injury Update: Minnesota: S Ted Rosnagel, knee (D); Tampa Bay: none reported.

Data: Buccaneers by 3. . . Vikings upset defending Super Bowl-champion San Francisco last week, 28-21, despite being outgained offensively, 489 yards to 268. . . Buccaneers scored team-record 28 first-half points last week, but were shut out in second half in 38-28 loss to Bears. Tampa Bay signed former USFL QB Steve Young this week, but he will not dress. Steve DeBerg will start. Bengals at Cardinals

Injury Update: Cincinnati: T Bruce Reimers, knee (O); St. Louis: S Benny Perrin, knee (Q).

Data: Cardinals by 4. . . Bengals always have done well (29-19) against NFC. Cardinals are 22-21-1 against AFC. QB Ken Anderson starts after leaving early in last week's 28-24 loss to Seattle with stomach virus. Cincinnati displayed running game as Larry Kennebrew rushed for 101 yards. . . Cardinals QB Neil Lomax was hampered with elbow injury, but led 27-24 overtime victory over Browns last week. St. Louis held Browns to only 28 percent third down conversions. Saints at Broncos

Injury Update: New Orleans: LB Dennis Winston, back (O); S Terry Hoage, back (D); Denver: S Dennis Smith, shoulder (O); CB Louis Wright, knee (D); S Steve Foley, knee (Q); LB Rick Dennison, elbow-toe (Q).

Data: Broncos by 9 1/2. . . Denver (0-1) is 15-9-1 in home openers. Broncos' secondary is hurting, but Saints QB Dave Wilson was two of 22 with two interceptions for gruesome 1.7 passing efficiency rating before being relieved in third quarter of last week's 47-27 loss to Chiefs. Wilson starts again, with Richard Todd (three touchdown passes in relief) ready. New Orleans is 11-36-2 against AFC. . . Denver is 3-0 against Saints. Patriots at Bears

Injury Update: New England: G John Hannah, calf (O); C-G Trevor Matich, ankle (O); LB Ed Reynolds, knee (O); WR Irving Fryar, ribs-ankle (Q); TE Lin Dawson, hamstring (Q); LB Larry McGrew, hip (Q); LB Ed Williams, lower back (Q); CB Ronnie Lippett, toe (Q); T Brian Holloway, finger (Q); WR Stanley Morgan, hamstring (Q); Chicago: none reported.

Data: Bears by 4 1/2. . . Chicago's opening 38-28 win over Tampa Bay marked its second-highest point total in 67 games. RB Walter Payton has 98 touchdowns; only five players in history have reached 100. . . Patriots held Packers to 18 percent third down efficiency last week in 26-20 victory. New England is 10-15 in second game of the season, including losses the last five years. Steelers at Browns

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

Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: Pittsburgh: NT Gary Dunn, knee (O); Cleveland: S Al Gross, hamstring (Q); LB Clay Matthews, back (Q); T Paul Farren, back (Q).

Data: Steelers by 2 1/2. . . Browns lead all-time series, 40-30, but Steelers are 21-11 against Cleveland under Coach Chuck Noll. Steelers are 14-9 in prime time; Browns are 6-4. Pittsburgh QB Mark Malone, a shaky selection as starter in preseason, was AFC's player of week with 21-of-31 performance for 287 yards and five touchdowns in opening 45-3 win over Colts. . . Browns have not allowed an opposing rusher over 100 yards since 1981.