Baltimore (+71/2) at Philadelphia, 1 (WJZ-13)
In the spirit of Halloween, the Eagles will be wearing their black jerseys. They've worn them twice before, both times last season, and are 1-1, with a 28-10 win over the Giants and a 31-28 loss to the 49ers, which snapped a nine-game winning streak.
Detroit (+3) at Dallas, 1
Lions quarterback Joey Harrington is the league's highest-rated passer in the fourth quarter at 129.7. He's completed 26 of 36 passes for 263 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions in the final period.
Arizona (+3) at Buffalo, 1
Willis McGahee will start for the Bills, replacing Travis Henry. McGahee has 161 yards over the past two games. He may have some trouble finding the end zone, as the Cardinals are the only team in the league that hasn't allowed a rushing touchdown despite giving up 118.2 yards per game (20th in the league).
Cincinnati (+3) at Tennessee, 1
Titans quarterback Steve McNair aggravated his sternum injury last week against the Vikings and missed some practice this week because of a death in the family. He will be a game-time decision; Billy Volek will get the call in case McNair can't play.
Jacksonville (+11/2) at Houston, 1
The Jaguars are going for their first road sweep of their division opponents. Jacksonville has already beaten Tennessee and Indianapolis on the road. The Texans, meantime, are at .500 this late in the season for the first time.
Indianapolis (-1) at Kansas City, 1
Colts wide receiver Marvin Harrison needs seven catches to reach 800. If he does so today, he'll become the fastest wide receiver to 800 catches, beating Jerry Rice's record of 154 games by 24 games.
New York Giants (+7) at Minnesota, 1
Randy Moss was only on the field for two plays last week because of a right hamstring pull, and while reports say he won't be fully recovered for another two weeks, he is expected to play today. Vikings tackle Nat Dorsey has played in just four games, but it has been a trial by fire. He's had to block Chicago's Adewale Ogunleye, who led the AFC in sacks last season with Miami, and New Orleans' Charles Grant, who leads the NFL in sacks this season. This week, he gets the Giants' Michael Strahan.
Carolina (+8) at Seattle, 4:05
Panthers defensive tackle Brentson Buckner, succinctly explaining the "no pressure" mantra that has overtaken his 1-5 team: "Pressure will make a monkey eat a hot pepper. If a monkey is hungry and he's pressured to bring something and he sees a yellow thing up there that looks like a banana and he doesn't pay any attention to it. He thinks it's a banana and he takes it back to the little monkey tribe and they eat peppers. But when he goes up in that tree and he doesn't have any pressure, he knows a banana from a hot pepper."
Atlanta (+7) at Denver, 4:05 (WBFF-45)
The Falcons dropped from first to ninth in the league in rushing defense after last week's debacle in Kansas City and now have to try to stop the Broncos' Reuben Droughns, who is averaging 160 yards per game over his past three starts. Denver has won six straight in the series, including Super Bowl XXXIII.
Oakland (+6) at San Diego, 4:15
Locker room renovations may have something to do with the Chargers' turnaround. Walls that separated the locker room into four quadrants were torn down before the season. "It's like the opening of the locker room was symbolic of people just opening themselves to each other," tackle Courtney Van Buren said.
New England (-3) at Pittsburgh, 4:15 (WUSA-9, WJZ-13)
Patriots wide receiver Troy Brown, who has been out with a shoulder injury since Oct. 3, practiced this week and may see some action today.
San Francisco (+11/2) at Chicago, 8:30 (ESPN)
Rookie Craig Krenzel, who completed 9 of 19 passes for 69 yards last week in his NFL debut, gets the start this week for Chicago. 49ers quarterback Tim Rattay is battling several injuries but should play.
Miami (+7) at New York Jets, 9 Monday (WJLA-7, WMAR-2)
New York is 10-3 against Miami in their past 13 meetings. Jets quarterback Chad Pennington has 31 career touchdown passes and zero interceptions in the red zone.