Eagles at Redskins

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

Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: Philadelphia: G Steve Kenney, foot (Q); DE Thomas Strauthers, ankle (Q); G Ron Baker, ankle (Q); Washington: RB George Rogers, back (P).

Data: Redskins by 14 1/2 . . . Rookie QB Randall Cunningham starts second straight game for Eagles (0-2). In last week's 17-6 loss to Rams, he rushed for 90 yards on 10 carries, but he has completed only 36 percent of his passes. Eagles have not scored a touchdown in two games, and their other backs have rushed for a total of 75 yards. Philadelphia has not won at RFK Stadium since 1980 . . . Redskins (1-1) have won eight straight at home and are 13-2 in last 15 home games against NFC East opponents. Washington has won 22 straight regular-season games in which it scored first. Browns at Cowboys

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

Injury Update: Cleveland: WR Willis Adams, knee (Q); LB Clay Matthews, back (Q); Dallas: CB Ron Fellows, knee (D).

Data: Cowboys by 7 . . . QB Danny White (thumb-wrist injuries suffered in 26-21 Dallas loss to Lions) practiced late in week and is probable starter. Gary Hogeboom completed 17 of 24 for 255 yards and two touchdowns trying to rally Dallas (1-1) in relief role. Cowboys have NFC-best 35-14 record against AFC . . . Browns (1-1) lead series, 15-8, but have lost three of last four. They defeated Pittsburgh, 17-7, Monday night and are 5-5 in Sunday games after Monday games. 49ers at Raiders

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

Injury Update: San Francisco: LB Keena Turner, ankle (Q); G Guy McIntyre, back (Q); Los Angeles: none reported.

Data: 49ers by 3 . . . These teams have won four of last five Super Bowls. 49ers (1-1) are 3-1 against Raiders. They have won 23 of last 27 road games. San Francisco is averaging 207 yards rushing . . . Raiders (1-1) are 37-12-1 against NFC; 49ers are 23-28 against AFC. QB Jim Plunkett is 43-16 as Raiders' starter. Chiefs at Dolphins

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

Injury Update: Kansas City: LB Gary Spani, knee bruise (Q); Miami: LB Charles Bowser, ankle (O); G Steve Clark, knee (Q).

Data: Dolphins by 4 . . . Chiefs (2-0) have won five straight. WR Carlos Carson is only player to have more than 100 yards receiving in each of first two games this season . . . Coach Don Shula is 16-0 in September Sunday home games since joining Dolphins (2-0). Miami QB Dan Marino will be scrambling to keep away from his brother-in-law, Kansas City NT Bill Maas. Miami has won five of last six in series. Oilers at Steelers

Injury Update: Houston: none reported; Pittsburgh: NT Gary Dunn, knee (O).

Data: Steelers by 5 1/2 . . . They are 38-6 (.864) against NFC Central rivals at Three Rivers Stadium, including seven straight wins over Oilers (1-1). Pittsburgh (1-1) has NFL's top-rated defense (allowing 226 yards per game) . . . Houston S Rod Kush sacked Washington QB Joe Theismann three times on blitzes in last week's 16-13 Redskins victory. Rookie KR Steve Tasker leads NFL with 32.8-yard average. Patriots at Bills

Injury Update: New England: C Trevor Matich, ankle (O); G Tom Condon, hamstring-elbow (Q); T Brian Holloway, finger (Q); CB Ronnie Lippett, toe (Q); LB Ed Williams, ankle (Q); TE Lin Dawson, hamstring (Q); LB Larry McGrew, hip (Q); TE Derrick Ramsey, shoulder (Q); WR-RB Greg Hawthorne, shoulder (Q); Buffalo: LB Eugene Marve, knee (Q).

Data: Patriots by 6 . . . New England (1-1) has won five straight over Bills (1-1). Patriots crossed midfield only twice last week in 20-7 loss to Bears. QB Tony Eason, who was intercepted only eight times last year, was intercepted three times by Chicago . . . Bills (0-2) have yet to score a touchdown. Chargers at Bengals

Injury Update: San Diego: LB Mark Fellows, hip fracture (O); WR Trumaine Johnson, hamstring (O); Cincinnati: RB Bill Johnson, ankle (Q).

Data: Bengals by 4 . . . QB Ken Anderson is scheduled to start for 0-2 Bengals, who are starting slowly, as they did in 1984 (0-5) and 1983 (0-3). Cincinnati has allowed average of 372 yards and more than 34 points per game . . . Chargers WR Charlie Joiner needs 90 yards receiving to become second NFL player to reach career 11,000 (Don Maynard had 11,834). Cardinals at Giants

Injury Update: St. Louis: S Benny Perrin, knee (Q); New York: RB Rob Carpenter, knee (Q).

Data: Giants by 2 . . . Cardinals (2-0) seeking best start since 1974 (7-0). Cardinals' average of 34 points per game leads NFC; New York's average of 11.5 points allowed is second best in conference. St. Louis RB Earl Ferrell is averaging 6.3 yards per carry . . . WR Bobby Johnson of Giants (1-1) caught 48 passes last year, but was shut out in first two games this season. New York has 12 sacks. Buccaneers at Saints

Injury Update: Tampa Bay: G Sean Farrell, calf (Q); New Orleans: S Russell Gary, knee (O).

Data: Saints by 2 1/2 . . . New Orleans (0-2) had No. 4 defense in NFL last year, but ranks next-to-last this season. It has given up average of 487 yards, and has trailed at halftime in first two games by a combined 51-9 margin . . . QB Steve DeBerg (60 percent completions) starts for Buccaneers (0-2), but former USFL QB Steve Young has been activated. Tampa Bay's offense has consisted of James Wilder running (NFL-leading 279 yards) and receiving (14 catches). Broncos at Falcons

Injury Update: Denver: S Dennis Smith, shoulder (D); T Dave Studdard, shoulder (Q); Atlanta: CB Tiger Greene, knee (O); G Bill Fralic, neck (Q); LB David Frye, neck (Q).

Data: Broncos by 6 . . . Denver (1-1) has allowed opponents to convert only 25 percent of third downs. QB John Elway comes off his greatest pro performance: 353 yards and four touchdown passes in 34-23 win over Saints . . . Falcons (0-2) are 19-30 against AFC; Broncos are 28-25-1 against NFC. QB Steve Bartkowski is NFC's highest rated passer, but has been sacked 11 times. Lions at Colts

Injury Update: Detroit: DE Eric Williams, ankle (Q); DE Curtis Green, back (Q); TE David Lewis, hamstring (Q); C Kevin Glover, shoulder (Q); Indianapolis: S Anthony Young, knee (D); RB Randy McMillan, ankle (Q); WR Matt Bouza, ribs (Q); G Ron Solt, ankle (Q); DE Donnell Thompson, knee (Q).

Data: Lions by 5 . . . At 2-0, they are off to best start in five years. QB Eric Hipple will probably throw often against Indianapolis secondary that has already yielded seven touchdown passes . . . Colts come home after two road losses in which they were outscored, 75-16. Indianapolis opponents have converted 63 percent of third downs. Jets at Packers

Injury Update: New York: CB Bobby Jackson, hamstring (Q); CB Johnny Lynn, groin (Q); Green Bay: none reported.

Data: Packers by 5 1/2 in Milwaukee . . . They try for sweep of New York teams, having beaten Giants, 23-20, last week. Packers (1-1) have allowed opponents to complete 62 percent of their passes . . . RB Freeman McNeil of Jets (1-1) leads AFC with 236 yards rushing. New York's offensive line was helped by return last week of Marvin Powell and Reggie McElroy. Jets allowed only one sack in 42-3 win over Bills. Rams at Seahawks

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

Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: Los Angeles: RB Mike Guman, knee (O); G Dennis Harrah, calf (D); Seattle: none reported.

Data: Seattle by 6 1/2 . . . RB Eric Dickerson returns for Rams after two-game holdout, but he must wrestle position from former Heisman Trophy winner Charles White, who has 227 yards in two games. Los Angeles (2-0) is 12-11 in prime time, 7-1 since 1979 . . . Seahawks (2-0) are 5-1 on Monday night. QB Dave Krieg is 19-7 since becoming starter in mid-1983.

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