Redskins at Steelers
TV: WDVM-TV-9, WBAL-TV-11, 1 p.m.
Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3
Injury Update: Washington: C Rick Donnalley, hand (Q); T Joe Jacoby, knee (Q); Pittsburgh: QB Mark Malone, toe (Q); NT Mark Catano, hamstring (O); G Terry Long, knee (D); NT Gary Dunn, ankle (Q).
Data: Pittsburgh favored by 5 . . . QB David Woodley has completed 55 percent of his passes in three straight Steelers (6-5) victories since he became starter. Pittsburgh has given up total of four touchdowns during winning streak. Steelers are 4-1 at Three Rivers Stadium this year and 98-26 lifetime. They have won 19 of last 21 against NFC. Louis Lipps averages 14.4 yards per punt return, best in NFL . . . QB Jay Schroeder makes first NFL start for Redskins (6-5), who have won five straight over AFC. Washington, which defeated the Giants, 23-21, Monday night, has won its last 12 Sunday games following Monday night contests. Redskins have not allowed punt return for more than 14 yards in last 31 games. Broncos at Raiders
TV: WRC-TV-4, WMAR-TV-2, 4 p.m.
Injury Update: Denver: RB Sammy Winder, knee (O); RB Gene Lang, ankle (Q); LB Steve Busick, shoulder (Q); Los Angeles: S Vann McElroy, hamstring (D).
Data: Raiders by 4 1/2 . . . Five of last seven games in this series have been decided by three or fewer points; Broncos have won four of those, but trail in series, 34-13-2. Denver (8-3) is 9-4 on road last two seasons. QB John Elway is 22-7 in his last 29 starts . . . RB Marcus Allen of Raiders (7-4) has rushed for more than 100 yards in four straight games. P Ray Guy leads AFC with 37.6 net average (24 punts inside opponents' 20). Eagles at Cowboys
TV: WDVM-TV-9, WBAL-TV-11, 4 p.m.
Injury Update: Philadelphia: QB Ron Jaworski, bruised shoulder (Q); CB Roynell Young, arm (D); CB Andre Waters, leg (Q); Dallas: T Phil Pozderac, knee (Q).
Data: Cowboys by 7 . . . Jawor-ski, who threw for 380 yards in 16-14 win over Cowboys on Oct. 20, insists he will play although he practiced little this week. Eagles, 6-5 and winner of five of their last six, seek first season series sweep of Dallas (7-4) since 1964. They have allowed NFL-low eight touchdown passes . . . Dallas QB Danny White is probable starter after suffering concussion in last week's 44-0 loss to Bears, which was only third time ever Cowboys have been shut out. Cowboys have NFC's top passing offense. Bengals at Browns
Injury Update: Cincinnati: WR Cris Collinsworth, back (Q); RB Charles Alexander, ankle (Q); Cleveland: TE Harry Holt, knee (D); QB Gary Danielson, shoulder (Q).
Data: Browns by 3 . . . Bengals (5-6) have top AFC offense (26.6 points per game); Browns (5-6) are stingiest AFC defenders (allowing 15.9 points per game). Cincinnati has won four straight in this series, including 27-20 on Nov. 10 . . . If Cleveland RBs Kevin Mack and Earnest Byner can average 45 and 67.6 yards over last five games, respectively, they will be first two NFL teammates to rush for more than 1,000 yards each in a season since Franco Harris and Rocky Bleier did it for 1976 Steelers. Colts at Chiefs
Injury Update: Indianapolis: T Kevin Call, back (D); RB George Wonsley, groin (Q); Kansas City: S Deron Cherry, neck (Q); S Lloyd Burruss, knee (Q); WR Carlos Carson, shoulder (Q); LB Gary Spani, hamstring (Q).
Data: Chiefs by 4 . . . Both teams on the skids: Kansas City (3-8) has lost seven straight; Colts (3-8) have lost their last three. Kansas City K Nick Lowery, formerly of St. Albans School, has made 16 of 19 FG attempts this season, including 16 of 17 under 50 yards . . . QB Matt Kofler starts over Mike Pagel for Colts. QB Todd Blackledge starts over Bill Kenney for Chiefs. Dolphins at Bills
Injury Update: Miami: T Cleveland Green, ankle (O); DE Doug Betters, knee (D); T Jon Giesler, knee (Q); Buffalo: G Tim Vogler, knee (D).
Data: Dolphins by 9 1/2 . . . They lead series with Bills (2-9), 30-7-1, and have not lost to Buffalo since 1981. In three games against Bills, QB Dan Marino has completed 70 percent of his passes for 900 yards and nine touchdowns . . . QB Bruce Mathison starts for Buffalo, whose two wins were over teams with combined 7-15 record. Bills have led at halftime each of past five games. Jets at Patriots
Injury Update: New England: WR Stanley Morgan, hamstring (Q); CB Ernest Gibson, hip (Q); New York: RB Freeman McNeil, ankle (Q); WR Jo Jo Townsell, hamstring (Q): LB Lance Mehl, arch (Q); T Reggie McElroy, groin (Q).
Data: Jets by 3 1/2 . . . New England, 8-3 and winner of last six since QB Steve Grogan became starter, defeated Jets, 20-13, Oct. 20. Grogan is calling his own plays and, in fourth quarter, has completed 24 of 29 passes for 465 yards and four touchdowns, and has run for two other game-winning touchdowns. He has not thrown a second-half interception. Patriots are 9-0 against AFC East since Raymond Berry was hired as head coach in midseason 1984 . . . Jets (8-3) are 16-8 at home against Patriots. McNeil missed earlier game with Patriots with bruised ribs, and although he did not practice this week, he was confident about being able to play today. Chargers at Oilers
Injury Update: San Diego: TE Pete Holohan, knee (Q); WR Wes Chandler, Achilles (Q); Houston: QB Warren Moon, hip pointer (Q); LB Avon Riley, foot (Q).
Data: Chargers by 5 . . . QB Dan Fouts of Chargers (5-6) has thrown for more than 300 yards in five of last seven games. San Diego ranks last defensively in NFL . . . Oliver Luck is probable starter for Moon, who struggled trying to practice late in week. Oilers (4-7) have been outscored, 77-10, in first quarter. Falcons at Bears
Injury Update: WR Billy Johnson, ankle (Q); Chicago: QB Jim McMahon, shoulder (D).
Data: Bears by 16 . . . QB Steve Fuller starts for Bears (11-0). Chicago victory would mark third-best start in NFL history: Bears were 13-0 in 1934 and Dolphins 14-0 in 1972. RB Walter Payton has six straight 100-yard rushing games (NFL record is seven) . . . Falcons (2-9) come off 30-14 win over Rams. They have won seven of last eight from Bears. RB Gerald Riggs leads NFL rushers with 1,138 yards and has been over 100 in last four games. Lions at Buccaneers
Injury Update: Detroit: LB Kurt Allerman, ribs (Q); Tampa Bay: T Sean Farrell, ankle-knee (O); T Ron Heller, knee (Q).
Data: Lions by 1 . . . Ex-USFL QB Steve Young, who signed $6 million, six-year contract with Tampa Bay (1-10) after second week of season, makes his first NFL appearance as starter. Buccaneers' 62-28 loss to Jets last week was league's worst defensive performance since 1973 . . . Lions (6-5) are 1-5 on the road. They defeated Buccaneers, 30-9, Sept. 29. Detroit has scored 81 points as result of turnovers in its six victories; only 12 in its five losses. Packers at Rams
Injury Update: Green Bay: CB Mark Lee, hamstring (Q); Los Angeles: none reported.
Data: Rams by 5 1/2 . . . Packers (5-6) have won three straight over Rams (8-3), but have lost eight straight in Los Angeles. Green Bay's secondary has intercepted only seven passes . . . Los Angeles has lost its last two. RB Eric Dickerson has 685 yards, compared with 1,309 after 11 games last season. Saints at Vikings
Injury Update: New Orleans: CB David Rackley, hamstring (O); Minnesota: WR Leo Lewis, foot (Q); LB Tim Meamber, knee (Q); CB Rufus Bess, shoulder (Q); CB Issiac Holt, ankle (Q).
Data: Vikings by 7 . . . They are 4-0 in Minnesota against Saints (3-8), and lead series, 8-3. Minnesota (5-6) has numerous injuries in secondary . . . QB Bobby Hebert, a former USFL star, makes second start for New Orleans, which has lost six straight. Saints have allowed 47 sacks. # iants at Cardinals
Injury Update: New York: none reported; St. Louis: RB Ottis Anderson, calf (O); RB Earl Ferrell, ankle (O); S Bennie Perrin, knee (O); RB Perry Harrington, knee (D); T Tootie Robbins, hamstring (Q); WR Roy Green, ankle (Q).
Data: Giants by 4 . . . Cardinals (4-7) have lost six of last seven. With injuries to its most productive offensive players, St. Louis used RB Stump Mitchell extensively in last week's 24-14 loss to Eagles. He had 255 total yards, most by a Cardinal since Sonny Randle's 255 in 1962 . . . Giants (7-4) have not won at Busch Stadium since 1981. RB Joe Morris, with 761 yards, could become only Giant other than Ron Johnson (1970 and 1972) to rush for more than 1,000 yards in a season. Seahawks at 49ers
TV: WJLA-TV-7, WJZ-TV-13, 9 p.m. Monday
Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3
Injury Update: Seattle: none reported; San Francisco: LB Mike Walter, thumb (Q).
Data: 49ers by 6 1/2 . . . Seattle (6-5) is 16-11 against NFC; San Francisco (6-5) is 24-29 against AFC. Seahawks are 5-2 in prime time, 49ers are 6-8. WR Steve Largent of Seahawks has caught passes in 118 straight games; Dwight Clark of 49ers has 83-game pass-catching streak. Forty-Niners QB Joe Montana leads NFC in passing efficiency. Seattle's Dave Krieg has NFL-best 20 touchdown passes.
KEY: (O) out; (D) doubtful -- 75 percent chance will not play; (Q) questionable -- 50 percent chance will not play.