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

Radio: WAGE-1200

Injury Update: Cleveland: QB Gary Danielson, shoulder (Q); WR Clarence Weathers, shoulder (Q); T Paul Farren, knee (Q); KR Glen Young, shoulder (Q); New York: NT Barry Bennett, ankle (Q).

Data: Jets favored by 7 . . . Victory would assure New York (10-5) a playoff berth. Jets lead series, 7-2. New York is No. 1 in AFC against rush (allowing 92 yards per game) . . . Playoff-bound Cleveland has won four of its last five. Kevin Mack (1,074 yards) and Earnest Byner (901 yards) could make Browns third team in history to have two 1,000-yard rushers (Dolphins did it in 1972; Steelers in 1976). Cleveland has allowed 34 sacks, third fewest in NFL. Bears at Lions

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

Injury Update: Chicago: DT Steve McMichael, knee (D); RB Tom Sanders, knee (Q); Detroit: QB Eric Hipple, knee (Q); WR Keith Ortego, knee (O); TE Rob Rubick, calf (Q); G Don Greco, ankle (Q).

Data: Bears by 7 . . . At 14-1, Chicago can tie 49ers' NFL record of 15 regular season victories. Bears have won 16 of last 17 against NFC Central, including 24-3 victory over Lions Nov. 10. They have allowed only 27 second-half points in last 12 games . . . Veteran Joe Ferguson will start if Hipple cannot. Lions (7-8) are 6-1 at home. Lions have won four of last six from Bears in Silverdome. Cowboys at 49ers

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

Radio: WAGE-1200

Injury Update: Dallas: QB Danny White, shoulder-back (D); CB Ron Fellows, calf (Q); San Francisco: G Randy Cross, knee (O); RB Wendell Tyler, knee (O); RB Derrick Harmon, ankle (Q).

Data: 49ers by 9 . . . Gary Hogeboom will start for White with Steve Pelluer in reserve. Dallas (10-5) has NFL-high 32 interceptions, including individual league leader Everson Walls with eight. He could become first player ever to lead NFL three times (1981 and 1982 previously) . . . QB Joe Montana of San Francisco (9-6) has second-lowest interception ratio in NFC. RB Roger Craig, with 978 yards rushing and 966 receiving, could become first player with 1,000 yards in both categories in same season. Eagles at Vikings

Injury Update: Philadelphia: TE John Spagnola, ankle (D); S Wes Hopkins, ankle (Q); Minnesota: RB Allen Rice, ankle (Q); CB Carl Lee, thigh (Q); WR Leo Lewis, foot (Q); DE Mark Mullaney, ankle (Q); DE Robert Smith, knee (Q).

Data: Vikings by 2 1/2 . . . Defensive coordinator Fred Bruney directs Eagles (6-9) following fourth straight loss and Monday firing of Coach Marion Campbell. Eagles are 3-9 in games QB Ron Jaworski has thrown for more than 300 yards . . . Vikings (7-8) defeated Eagles, 28-23, three weeks ago by overcoming 23-0 fourth-quarter deficit. K Jan Stenerud, 43, who missed three FGs and a PAT last week in 14-13 loss to Falcons, announced this will be his last game. Packers at Buccaneers

Injury Update: Green Bay: QB Lynn Dickey, neck (D); T Karl Swanke, knee (O); Tampa Bay: none reported.

Data: Packers by 3 . . . Green Bay (7-8) will seek third straight .500 season, and fourth in five years as Jim Zorn starts for Dickey. Packers' 26-23 victory last week over Lions was Zorn's first victory as starter since 1983. Packers defeated Buccaneers, 21-0, on Dec. 1 in 14-inch snowstorm . . . RB James Wilder of Tampa Bay (2-13) has five 100-yard rushing games this year, and had 94 or more yards in four others. Bills at Dolphins

Injury Update: Buffalo: LB Guy Frazier, pinched nerve (Q); S Jim Perryman, pinched nerve (Q); TE Eason Ramson, groin (Q); Miami: T Jon Giesler, knee (Q); LB Mark Brown, ankle (Q); T Cleveland Green, ankle (Q).

Data: Dolphins by 18 . . . Victory would clinch AFC East title for Dolphins (11-4) for 13th time in 16 seasons under Coach Don Shula. Miami leads series, 24-7-1. It defeated Buffalo, 23-14, on Nov. 24. QB Dan Marino, with 4,001 yards, is second NFL player to throw for more 4,000 yards in two seasons (Dan Fouts is other) . . . Bills (2-13) have lost 16 straight on road. Bengals at Patriots

Injury Update: Cincinnati: RB Bill Johnson, hamstring (D); RB Charles Alexander, ankle (Q); New England: none reported.

Data: Patriots by 6 1/2 . . . Victory by New England (10-5), coupled with losses by Jets and Dolphins, would give Patriots their first AFC title since 1978. They have won last five at home and have scored 17 of their 37 touchdowns in fourth quarter . . . Bengals (7-8) have given up 24 or more points in each of last four games. Cincinnati has committed AFC-low 27 turnovers (tied with Jets). Oilers at Colts

Injury Update: Houston: none reported; Indianapolis: G Ron Solt, knee (O); TE Keli McGregor, finger (O).

Data: Colts by 5 . . . Houston (5-10) has lost its last three, including Jerry Glanville's first game as interim coach last week. Oilers have allowed 55 sacks . . . Colts (4-11) seek first two-game winning streak since 1983. Their 4.7 yards per rush average leads AFC. Falcons at Saints

Injury Update: Atlanta: none reported; New Orleans: S Terry Hoage, thigh (Q).

Data: Saints by 6 . . . Could be last game for coaches Dan Henning of Falcons (3-12) and Wade Phillips of Saints (5-10). Atlanta defeated New Orleans, 31-24, on Oct. 20. Falcons' Gerald Riggs, who is probable after spraining knee in 14-13 victory over Vikings last week, needs seven yards to break William Andrews' single-season rushing record of 1,567 yards . . . K Morten Andersen of Saints has made 13 straight field goal attempts and 23 of his last 24. His only miss was blocked. Chargers at Chiefs

Injury Update: San Diego: QB Dan Fouts, knee (Q); LB Craig Bingham, ankle (O); LB Billy Ray Smith, back spasms (Q); Kansas City: G-T Scott Auer, ankle (Q); LB Gary Spani, hamstring (Q); S Deron Cherry, thigh (Q); RB Herman Heard, elbow (Q).

Data: Chiefs by 1 1/2 . . . Chargers (8-7) will try for first winning season since 1982. With 4,524 yards passing, they could set new club record if Fouts, or possible replacement Mark Herrmann, throws for 216 yards. RB Lionel James leads AFC with 78 receptions and with 15 yards receiving, will become first post-merger running back with 1,000 yards receiving . . . Chiefs (5-10) are assured 14th straight season out of playoffs, longest streak in AFC. Raiders at Rams

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

Radio: WMAL-630, WQRA-FM-94.3

Injury Update: Raiders: DE Sean Jones, elbow (D); Rams: none reported.

Data: Raiders by 2 1/2 . . . Holders of NFL-best prime time record of 22-4-1, Raiders (11-4) could guarantee home field advantage throughout playoffs with victory. RB Marcus Allen could tie NFL record set by Walter Payton earlier this year with his ninth straight 100-yard rushing performance . . . NFC West champion Rams (11-4) are 3-0 this season against AFC West. QB Dieter Brock, coming off four-touchdown outing against Cardinals, has been intercepted just once in last four games.

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