BAD REPUTATION: Both Bills Coach Marv Levy and defensive lineman Bruce Smith were angry about some of the tactics employed by the Eagles.

Levy declined to provide specifics but said: "What I have to say I'll direct to the league office. There are some things I do plan to talk to them about."

Smith said offensive tackle Ron Heller punched him in the chin several times after the whistle had blown.

"I think after the play was over he {Heller} was trying to do something to get me out of the ballgame," Smith said. . . . Eagles quarterback Randall Cunningham moved into second place on the all-time list of rushing yards by a quarterback. His 71 yards gave him 3,173 as he passed Tobin Rote, 3,128; he trails only Fran Tarkenton, 3,674. SACK ATTACK: Kansas City linebacker Derrick Thomas, who began the day with a league-leading 15 sacks, didn't play in the Chiefs' 37-7 win over the Patriots. He rested a knee injured the previous week. Despite his absence, the Chiefs added six sacks to their NFL-high total of 42. LORD JIM: If Jim Harbaugh can stay healthy and start the last four games of the season, he will become the first quarterback to start all 16 games for the Bears since Vince Evans did it in 1981. . . . Harbaugh now has thrown 146 passes without an interception. He has thrown one interception in his last 214 attempts. QUITTING TIME: Scott Studwell, a linebacker for the Vikings since 1977, said he will retire at the end of the season.

"It's time for me to step aside," Studwell, 36, told WCCO-TV in Minneapolis. "My heart tells me to keep playing, but my head tells me it's time to quit."