Dallas at Philadelphia: The Cowboys are coming off a bye week and may get back running back Julius Jones for an important division game. Jones has missed the Cowboys' past three games with an ankle injury. Meantime, rookie Marion Barber has been filling in well, including rushing for 127 yards and two touchdowns in a 34-13 win against the Cardinals two weeks ago. The Eagles are trying to keep their Super Bowl aspirations afloat without wide receiver Terrell Owens, who has been suspended indefinitely for conduct detrimental to the team.

St. Louis at Seattle: The Rams have the second-ranked offense in the league and are expecting quarterback Marc Bulger to return to the starting lineup for this game after he injured his shoulder Oct. 17 against the Colts. They also are hoping wide receiver Torry Holt is ready to come back from a knee injury. The Seahawks have a two-game lead over the Rams in the NFC West after beating the Cardinals, 33-19. Seattle has the top-ranked offense in the league thanks largely to running back Shaun Alexander.

Washington at Tampa Bay: The Redskins are in a tight race in the NFC East and play their third straight difficult game. Washington is 1-3 on the road this season, with its only win coming against the Cowboys, 14-13. The Buccaneers have lost consecutive games after starting the season 4-0.

Julius Jones may return to the Dallas backfield after missing three games with a bad ankle.