Dallas (+8) at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (WTTG-5, WBFF-45)

Cowboys Coach Bill Parcells is sticking with Vinny Testaverde at quarterback, for now keeping Drew Henson on the bench. "We are trying to win here. We are not running a tryout camp," he said.

St. Louis (-11/2) at Buffalo, 1 p.m.

The Bills, who are 30th in the league in scoring and 28th in total yards, have quite a predicament at quarterback: Drew Bledsoe roared to a 14.3 passer rating last week against New England, but backup J.P. Losman had a fumble and an ugly interception as his replacement.

Indianapolis (-71/2) at Chicago,

1 p.m.

The Colts lead the league in scoring touchdowns inside the 20-yard line at 76.5 percent. At one point this season, they scored on 23 of 25 trips inside their opponents' 20. Last year, Indianapolis ranked just 14th.

Denver (-4) at New Orleans, 1 p.m.

The Saints' rush defense allows a league-worst 149 rushing yards per game and has given up 73 rushes for first downs and five 100-yard rushing games. Denver running back Reuben Droughns has four 100-yard games this season.

New York Jets (+1) at Cleveland, 1 p.m.

Jets quarterback Quincy Carter had an 84.5 passer rating last week against the Ravens, who entered the game limiting opposing quarterbacks to a 62.4 rating.

Arizona (+21/2) at Carolina, 1 p.m.

Panthers quarterback Jake Delhomme suffered a hairline fracture of the right thumb last week against the 49ers, but threw this week and plans to play today. He has six touchdowns and zero interceptions his past two games.

Tennessee (+31/2) at Jacksonville,

1 p.m.

Steve McNair could play this week at quarterback for the Titans after sitting out the past two with a bruised sternum. Meantime, David Garrard will again start at quarterback for the Jaguars.

Detroit (+71/2) at Minnesota, 1 p.m.

Joey Harrington has 13 touchdowns and only six interceptions as the Lions quarterback, but there are some in Detroit who are calling for him to sit in favor of Mike McMahon. Harrington has completed just 37 of 89 passes his past two games.

Pittsburgh (-4) at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (WUSA-9)

Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward had a career-high 13 catches in a game against the Bengals last season, and teammate Plaxico Burress has 35 catches for 526 yards in his past six games against Cincinnati.

San Francisco (+8) at Tampa Bay,

1 p.m.

Bucs wide receiver Michael Clayton leads NFL rookies with 48 receptions and 685 yards receiving. He has more than 90 receiving yards in four of his past six games.

Miami (+9) at Seattle, 4:05 p.m. (WJZ-13)

Seahawks running back Shaun Alexander is looking to become the first player since the Oilers' Earl Campbell in 1980 to rush for four consecutive 150-yard games. The Dolphins have the league's second-worst rush defense (145.6 yards per game).

San Diego (-4) at Oakland, 4:05 p.m.

The bye week was crucial for Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson, who is close to 100 percent healed from a groin injury.

Atlanta (-3) at New York Giants,

4:15 p.m.

The Falcons are going to blitz Giants rookie quarterback Eli Manning until he can't take it anymore. Well, maybe not. Blitzing rookie quarterbacks "always sounds good, but that doesn't mean it's going to work," Falcons Coach Jim Mora Jr. said.

Green Bay (-3) at Houston, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)

Packers quarterback Brett Favre needs two touchdown passes for his 11th straight 20-touchdown season. Dan Marino holds the NFL record with 10 straight 20-touchdown seasons.

New England (-3) at Kansas City, 9 p.m. tomorrow (WJLA-7, WMAR-2)

Chiefs running back Priest Holmes traveled to Florida last week to get a second opinion on his knee injury. He likely won't play, and if he's getting second opinions on an injury, he likely won't play much the rest of the season, either.