Redskins at Falcons

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

Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: Washington: DT Darryl Grant, knee (O); T Joe Jacoby, knee (O); Atlanta: DE Rick Bryan, stomach pull (Q).

Data: Redskins favored by 6 . . . Washington (4-4) leads series with Falcons, who are coached by former Redskins assistant Dan Henning, 8-2-1. Washington has won three of its last four. It is plus 11 in turnovers in that stretch (minus 12 during 1-3 start). In last eight regular-season games of 1981, 1983, 1984 and last eight (including playoffs) of 1982, Redskins are 28-4; they have won 10 of their last 11 November games. . . Atlanta (1-7) has been outscored, 96-50, in fourth quarter. Gerald Riggs is last player to rush more than 100 yards against Redskins (134 yards, Nov. 5, 1984). Browns at Steelers

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

Injury Update: Cleveland: QB Gary Danielson, right shoulder (Q); PR-WR Clarence Weathers, hamstring (Q); Pittsburgh: QB Mark Malone, toe (O); NT Gary Dunn, ankle (D); DE Edmund Nelson, calf (Q).

Data: Steelers by 4 . . . QB David Woodley makes first start in more than a year for Steelers (3-5), who have defeated Browns (4-4) 15 straight times at Three Rivers Stadium. Pittsburgh tight ends have caught only one pass this year . . . Rookie Bernie Kosar might start for Danielson. Cleveland defeated Steelers, 17-7, Sept. 16. It has not swept a season series from Pittsburgh since 1969. Dolphins at Patriots

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

Injury Update: Miami: WR Nat Moore, rib (D); T Jon Giesler, knee (D); New England: G Ron Wooten, ankle (Q).

Data: Game rated even . . . Both teams are 5-3, one game behind Jets. Last time Dolphins did not lead AFC East at midseason was 1980 . . . Patriots have won last three with QB Steve Grogan starting Raiders at Seahawks

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

Injury Update: Los Angeles: S Vann McElroy, hamstring (Q); Seattle: RB David Hughes, neck (D).

Data: Seattle by 1 . . . Raiders (6-2) have won five straight since QB Marc Wilson became starter. Los Angeles leads AFC with 37 sacks, eight by Howie Long. Raiders are No. 1 in AFC against run (89 yards per game) . . . QB Dave Krieg has touchdown pass in 26 straight games for Seattle (4-4), second to Johnny Unitas' 47-game streak. Bengals at Bills

Injury Update: Cincinnati: TE Don Kern, knee-ankle (O); Buffalo: LB Hal Garner, toe (Q).

Data: Bengals by 3 1/2 . . . Improving Bills have allowed average of 82 yards rushing past three games compared to 192-yard average in first five. ILB Jim Haslett's 74 tackles are 22 more than next teammate . . . Bengals (3-5) are allowing opponents to complete 61 percent of passes. Broncos at Chargers

Injury Update: Denver: RB Gerald Willhite, head (Q); San Diego: none reported.

Data: Broncos by 2 . . . They have won four straight and allowed 10 points in each of the past three games. Denver (6-2) has not lost a fumble in three games . . With Lionel James (39 catches), Wes Chandler (33), Charlie Joiner (30) and Eric Sievers (30), San Diego (3-5) is only NFL team with four receivers who have 30 or more receptions. Chiefs at Oilers

Injury Update: Kansas City: G Brad Budde, shoulder (D); CB Albert Lewis, neck (Q); S Sherman Cocroft, ankle (Q); Houston: RB Mike Rozier, ankle (D); CB Steve Brown, foot (D); RB Stan Edwards, shoulder (Q).

Data: Oilers by 1 . . . Each team is 3-5, but they are headed in opposite directions: Chiefs have lost four straight; Oilers are seeking third straight win for first time since 1980. Chiefs have not intercepted a pass during losing streak; they had 12 in 3-1 start . . . Houston K Tony Zendejas has 55 points. Jets at Colts

Injury Update: New York: LB Lance Mehl, ribs (Q); FB Marion Barber, ribs (Q); T Marvin Powell, toe (Q); TE Mickey Shuler, thumb-abdominal strain (Q); Indianapolis: WR Matt Bouza, knee (injured reserve); WR Robbie Martin, elbow (Q).

Data: Jets by 3 1/2 . . . They defeated Colts, 25-20, Sept. 29. Freeman McNeil has rushed more than 100 yards in four of his five games against Colts. Jets (6-2) have not allowed 300-yard passer or 100-yard rusher this season . . . Three different Colts have rushed more than 100 yards in a game this season. Indianapolis is 3-1 in Hoosier Dome. Bears at Packers

Injury Update: Chicago: CB Mike Richardson, hamstring (D); RB Calvin Thomas, knee (Q); Green Bay: SS Daryll Jones, neck (O); FS Tom Flynn, ankle (D); SS Mark Murphy, ribs (D); G Keith Uecker, knee (D).

Data: Bears by 8 1/2 . . . QB Jim Zorn replaces Lynn Dickey for Packers (3-5), who lost to Bears, 23-7, Oct. 21 . . . Bears are averaging NFL-high 29.9 points and allowing NFL-low 14.3. They are best against run (79 yards per game). Willie Gault's 20-yard average per catch leads all receivers. William (The Refrigerator) Perry will start at DT; Dan Hampton moves to DE. Lions at Vikings

Injury Update: Detroit: CB Arnold Brown, elbow (O); RB Wilbert Montgomery, knee (injured reserve); Minnesota: LB Chris Martin, knee (Q); RB Ted Brown, leg (Q); G Brent Boyd, ankle (Q).

Data: Vikings by 3 1/2 . . . At midseason, each team has surpassed last year's victory total. Lions (5-3) were 4-11-1 in 1984; Vikings (4-4) were 3-13. Detroit QB Eric Hipple did not throw an interception in last week's 23-21 win over 49ers. . . Minnesota has lost three of last four. Saints at Rams

Injury Update: New Orleans: TE Hoby Brenner, Achilles (Q); Los Angeles: LB Kevin Greene, shoulder (Q).

Data: Rams by 7 1/2 . . . Rams RB Eric Dickerson rushed for 175 and 149 yards in two wins over Saints last year, but has just one 100-yard game in 1985. Los Angeles is 7-1 . . . RB Earl Campbell of New Orleans (3-5) last week became seventh NFL player to rush more than 9,000 yards with 9,007. Eagles at 49ers

Injury Update: Philadelphia: none reported; San Francisco: DT Manu Tuiasosopo, ankle (D); T Bruce Collie, ankle (Q); RB Bill Ring, ankle (Q).

Data: 49ers by 10 . . . QB Joe Montana (shoulder) will be available, but Matt Cavanaugh will start for 49ers (4-4). Cavanaugh threw three touchdown passes last year in 21-9 win over Eagles . . . Eagles (4-4) have outscored opponents, 69-24, in fourth quarter, but have 48-9 deficit in first. Philadelphia has allowed 121 points (third fewest in NFC) and its pass defense is No. 2 in NFL (164 yards per game). Buccaneers at Giants

Injury Update: Tampa Bay: G George Yarno, knee (O); KR Leon Bright, knee (O); G Sean Farrell, hamstring (Q); LB Scot Brantley, hip (Q); LB Jeff Davis, groin (Q); RB James Wilder, ankle (Q); DE Chris Landstrom, back (Q); New York: CB Ty Davis, back (Q).

Data: Giants by 12 . . . They have NFL's No. 1 defense (256 yards allowed per game). RB Joe Morris of Giants (5-3) rushed 104 yards in last week's 21-13 victory over Saints . . . Buccaneers (0-8) are winless under Coach Leeman Bennett. Cowboys at Cardinals

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

Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: Dallas: none reported; St. Louis: S Benny Perrin, knee (D); T Tootie Robbins, hamstring (D); WR Roy Green, leg (Q); RB Ottis Anderson, foot (Q).

Data: Cowboys by 4 . . . Dallas (6-2) has No. 1 offense (390 yards per game) and leads NFL with 22 interceptions . . . Cardinals (3-5) have lost four straight. Team scout Harry Gilmer was made special coaching assistant in attempt to straighten out QB Neil Lomax. In five previous games against Dallas, however, Lomax has averaged 312 yards passing.

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