WASHINGTON REDSKINS (3-9) at OAKLAND RAIDERS (4-8)

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WASHINGTON REDSKINS (3-9) at OAKLAND RAIDERS (4-8)


Byline: Ryan O'Halloran, THE WASHINGTON TIMES

WASHINGTON REDSKINS (3-9) at OAKLAND RAIDERS (4-8)

Time: 4:05 p.m. | TV: Ch. 5

Line: Redskins by 1

The Redskins have lost three straight by a combined seven points, blowing fourth-quarter leads of six, eight and 10 points along the way. Quarterback Jason Campbell threw for 367 yards last week.

Even the most pessimistic of Redskins fans had this game as a victory when doing their August predictions. Redskins 27-19

DETROIT LIONS (2-10) at BALTIMORE RAVENS (6-6)

Time: 1 p.m. | TV: Ch. 45

Line: Ravens by 13 1/2

Ravens wideout Derrick Mason needs six catches to become the 16th player in NFL history to reach 850 for a career. Baltimore has lost six of nine but has yet to drop below .500. All six losses have come against teams with winning records.

There has to be some concern that the Lions' offense (25th) can't score and their defense (32nd) can't stop anybody. Ravens 34-13

GREEN BAY PACKERS (8-4) at CHICAGO BEARS (5-7)

Time: 1 p.m.

Line: Packers by 4

Aaron Rodgers hit Greg Jennings with a 50-yard TD pass with 1:11 left in taking the season opener, and the Packers picked off Jay Cutler four times. The Bears also lost linebacker Brian Urlacher to a season-ending wrist injury.

The guess here is Bears coach Lovie Smith gives thanks on a nightly basis for the $11 million remaining on his buyout. Packers 30-14

CINCINNATI BENGALS (9-3) at MINNESOTA VIKINGS (10-2)

Time: 1 p.m. | TV: Chs. 9, 13

Line: Vikings by 6 1/2

The Bengals clinch the AFC North title with a win or losses by both the Ravens and Steelers. They're on the verge of only their second playoff appearance since 1990.

The Brett Favre fades in December talk is nonsense. Last time we checked, the Metrodome was indoors. Vikings 35-27

NEW YORK JETS (6-6) at TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (1-11)

Time: 1 p.m.

Line: Jets by 3

A matchup between first-round rookie quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Josh Freeman will not happen. Sanchez is out with a sprained right knee after starting New York's first 12 games.

The Bucs and Browns are in a dead heat to win the Ndamukong Suh sweepstakes. Jets 24-6

MIAMI DOLPHINS (6-6) at JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (7-5)

Time: 1 p.m.

Line: Jaguars by 2 1/2

Ricky Williams needs one rushing TD to reach double-digit scores for the second time in his career and first since 2002. Jason Taylor, who has 126.5 career sacks, needs half a sack to pass Hall of Famer Derrick Thomas for 11th in NFL history.

Interesting matchup of teams who play in the same state but different divisions. Both teams are middle of the pack. Dolphins 27-23

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (5-7) at HOUSTON TEXANS (5-7)

Time: 1 p.m.

Line: Texans by 6 1/2

Seahawks running back Justin Forsett has scored at least one touchdown in four straight games. Wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh has 355 receptions since 2006, which is tied for second in the NFL.

The Texans are this year's version of the 2008 Redskins. Houston started 5-3 and has lost four straight. Seahawks 17-13

BUFFALO BILLS (4-8) at KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (3-9)

Time: 1 p.m.

Line: Pick

Bills interim coach Perry Fewell is looking for his first road win since taking over Nov. …

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