Redskins at Eagles

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

Radio: WMAL-630; WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: Washington: G Russ Grimm, ankle-leg (Q); C Rick Donnalley, hand-shoulder (Q); Philadelphia: NT Joe Drake, ankle (D); C Mark Dennard, knee (Q); FS Wes Hopkins, ankle (Q); SS Ray Hopkins, ankle (Q).

Data: Redskins favored by 1 . . . Both Washington (7-6) and Philadelphia (6-7) need a victory to keep slim playoff hopes alive. In past three years, 9-7 finish has been enough to reach NFC playoffs. Redskins have not lost in final three games of regular season since 1979. Washington has won 22 of last 31 against NFC East. Coach Joe Gibbs is 6-3 against Philadelphia, but Eagles have won last two meetings . . . Eagles blew 23-0 fourth-quarter lead in last week's 28-23 loss to Vikings. WR Mike Quick has at least one touchdown reception in each of last six games. Colts at Bears

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

Injury Update: Indianapolis: none reported; Chicago: WR Dennis McKinnon, hamstring (D); QB Steve Fuller, ankle (Q).

Data: Bears by 19 . . . QB Jim McMahon will start for Bears (12-1), who are coming off Monday night loss to Dolphins. A victory would give them first undefeated season at home since 1956. Walter Payton set NFL record last week with eighth straight 100-yard rushing game. Bears have won 20 of last 24 on artificial turf . . . Colts (3-10) have lost last five, but have won seven straight meetings with Bears. Raiders at Broncos

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

Injury Update: Los Angeles: S Vann McElroy, hamstring (Q); G Mickey Marvin, calf (Q); Denver: RB Gene Lang, hand (O).

Data: Broncos by 2 1/2 . . . Teams share AFC West lead at 9-4. Raiders defeated Broncos, 31-28, in overtime two weeks ago to take 35-14-2 series lead. Last four meetings have been decided by three points or fewer. QB Marc Wilson is 21-11 as Raiders starter . . . Broncos are 27-8 at home under Coach Dan Reeves, but 6-16-2 overall in Denver against Raiders. John Elway leads AFC quarterbacks with 238 yards rushing. Steelers at Chargers

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

Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: Pittsburgh: G Craig Wolfley, ankle (O); QB Mark Malone, toe (D); WR John Stallworth, calf (Q); CB Harvey Clayton, ankle (Q); RB Rich Erenberg, hamstring (Q); San Diego: T Sam Clapham, knee (O); T Gary Kowalski, knee (O).

Data: Chargers by 4 1/2 . . . Both teams are 6-7, but Steelers still are alive in AFC Central race while AFC West Chargers have been eliminated from playoff contention. Steelers lead series, 8-3. Pittsburgh is No. 1 against the pass in AFC . . . Chargers are tops in NFL passing. QB Dan Fouts has thrown for more than 300 yards in six of his eight starts this season. Browns at Seahawks

Injury Update: Cleveland: QB Gary Danielson, shoulder (Q); T Paul Farren, knee (Q); Seattle: S Ken Easley, ankle (O); T Ron Essink, groin (D); DE Jeff Bryant, shoulder (Q); TE Charle Young, knee (Q).

Data: Seahawks by 4 1/2 . . . Seattle (7-6) leads series, 6-2, but both victories by Browns (7-6) were in Kingdome. Seahawks lead AFC in interceptions with 24. WR Steve Largent can extend his pass-catching streak to 121 straight games, tying Mel Gray for second on all-time list behind Harold Carmichael . . . Browns are 14-11 overall in domed stadiums. TE Ozzie Newsome has caught passes in 95 straight games, and has not fumbled in last 387 receptions. Jets at Bills

Injury Update: New York: CB Robert Jackson, hamstring (Q); CB Johnny Lynn, hamstring (Q); LB Lance Mehl, foot (Q); DE Mark Gastineau, hip (Q); Buffalo: LB Hal Garner, toe (O); S Martin Bayless, shoulder (D); CB Derrick Burroughs, ankle (Q).

Data: Jets by 9 . . . Gastineau and Mehl did not practice late in week. Jets (9-4) trail Bills in series, 26-24, but have won last three meetings including 42-3 this season. QB Ken O'Brien, with 3,145 yards passing, is within reach of Joe Namath's 1967 club record of 4,007 . . . RB Joe Cribbs has rushed for 298 yards (3.3 per carry) since rejoining Bills after a USFL tour. QB Bruce Mathison has scrambled for 161 yards (9.5 per rush). Saints at Cardinals

Injury Update: New Orleans: LB Scott Pelleur, knee (Q); St. Louis: RB Ottis Anderson, calf (O); T Tootie Robbins, hamstring (Q).

Data: Cardinals by 3 . . . Saints (5-8) have won their last two, including 29-3 last week over Rams in Coach Wade Phillips' first game. Improvement has been led by QB Bobby Hebert, making fourth straight start, and RB Earl Campbell, who has rushed for 234 yards (5.0 per carry) in last two outings . . . Cardinals (4-9) have lost four straight. Oft-injured WR Roy Green had seven receptions in 35-17 Thanksgiving loss to Dallas, his best game in more than a month. Buccaneers at Vikings

Injury Update: Tampa Bay: DE Ron Holmes, back (Q); Minnesota: LB Scott Studwell, thumb (Q); WR Leo Lewis, foot (Q); QB Tommy Kramer, knee-hip (Q); RB Allen Rice, ankle (Q).

Data: Vikings by 6 . . . They were 31-16 winners over Tampa Bay on Sept. 15, but QB Steve Young will be Buccaneers starter today. Loser of 18 straight away games, Tampa Bay's last road win came in Metrodome in 1983 . . . QB Wade Wilson, who led 28-point fourth-quarter rally over Eagles last week, probably will be benched in favor of Tommy Kramer. Falcons at Chiefs

Injury Update: Atlanta: G-C Joe Pelligrini, ankle (D); DE Andrew Province, back (Q); Kansas City: LB Gary Spani, hamstring (D); G Scott Auer, leg (D); T Matt Herkenhoff, back (Q); DE Dave Lindstrom, ankle (Q).

Data: Chiefs by 3 1/2 . . . Teams' only previous meeting was Chiefs' 24-16 victory in 1972. QB Todd Blackledge (career 5-6 as starter) makes third straight start for Kansas City (4-9), which has lost eight of last nine. Chiefs have been held without a touchdown in four games . . . Falcons (2-11) are 0-6 on the road. Ex-Redskins WR Charlie Brown has 16 receptions (sixth on team) and RB Joe Washington has 33 receptions, 128 yards rushing. Cowboys at Bengals

Injury Update: Dallas: RB Robert Lavette, knee (injured reserve); LB Jeff Rohrer, foot (Q); Cincinnati: none reported.

Data: Cowboys by 2 1/2 . . . Dallas has never before played in Cincinnati. Cowboys (9-4) are 16-1 in their first game after playing on Thanksgiving. They own NFC-best 38-14 record against AFC including 3-0 this season. QB Danny White has thrown for seven touchdowns and only one interception in last two games . . . Bengals (6-7) still are alive in AFC Central. Lions at Patriots

Injury Update: Detroit: DE Eric Williams, neck (O); G Don Greco, ankle (Q); New England: DE Ken Sims, leg (O); G Ron Wooten, knee (Q).

Data: Patriots by 8 . . . They are 5-1 at Sullivan Stadium. Patriots (9-4) have scored 15 of their 32 touchdowns in fourth quarter. New England, which will start QB Tony Eason today, has thrown at least one touchdown pass in 22 straight games . . . Lions (7-6) are 1-6 on the road. Dolphins at Packers

Injury Update: Miami: T Cleveland Green, ankle (D); T Jon Giesler, knee (Q); C Dwight Stephenson, shoulder (Q); Green Bay: CB Ronnie Burgess, groin (O).

Data: Dolphins by 4 1/2 . . . Winners of four straight, including Monday night victory over Bears, Miami (9-4) will be tested by Packers (6-7), who still have chance at playoffs. Packers had five sacks in defeating Tampa Bay in a blizzard last week . . . Miami, with once-again hot combination of Dan Marino-to-Mark Duper, is NFL's No. 2 passing team and has allowed 16 sacks, fewest in NFL. Giants at Oilers

Injury Update: Neither team reports any.

Data: Giants by 7 . . . This is their first trip to Astrodome. RB Joe Morris leads NFL with 14 touchdowns. New York (8-5) is 16-25 against AFC . . . Oilers (5-8) are 18-33-1 against NFC. Drew Hill and ex-Giant Butch Woolfolk became first pair of Oilers in 12 years to each have 100 or more yards receiving in a game in last week's 45-27 loss to Bengals. Tony Zendejas has made 20 of 29 FGs (seven of nine beyond 40 yards). Rams at 49ers

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

Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: Los Angeles: C Doug Smith, concussion (Q); San Francisco: C Fred Quillan, knee (Q).

Data: 49ers by 10 . . . QB Dieter Brock starts for fading Rams (9-4), who could clinch playoff berth with a victory and Detroit loss to New England. Rams hold 43-26-2 series edge, but lost to 49ers, 28-14, on Oct. 27. Los Angeles is 3-1 on Monday night under Coach John Robinson . . . 49ers (8-5) have not allowed a touchdown in 14 consecutive quarters. RB Roger Craig, with 834 yards rushing and 843 receiving, could become first player in history to reach 1,000 in both categories in same season.

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