CAN'T MISS: LaDainian Tomlinson. He owns the Raiders.
SLEEPER: Correll Buckhalter. He produces when he plays.
NOT THIS WEEK: Adrian Peterson. Titans defense is tough.
FREE AGENT PICKUP: Steve Slaton. He'll spark Houston 'O.'
Give him his due: One of the underrated players on Philadelphia's roster is linebacker Stewart Bradley, a Highland High graduate. He had six tackles in the Eagles' win over the Steelers last week.
Packers (2-1) at Buccaneers (2-1)
FOX, 11 a.m.
Brian Griese attempted 67 passes in last week's overtime victory against the Bears. That's eight more than Ben Roethlisberger has attempted this season. Packers may have been exposed by Dallas last week.
Broncos (3-0) at Chiefs (0-3)
CBS, 11 a.m.
OK, the Broncos have scored an NFL-best 114 points in their first three games, but they have also allowed 84, second most in the AFC. That should help the anemic Chiefs, as should a return by Damon Huard.
Redskins (2-1) at Cowboys (3-0)
FOX, 2:15 p.m.
The Redskins are starting to look like the team that won their final four to make the playoffs in '07. But the Cowboys are looking like the team that started 4-0 last year, too. Dallas has too much firepower.
Eagles (2-1) at Bears (1-2)
NBC, 6:15 p.m.
This will come down to which unit is more tired: The Bears secondary from chasing Brian Griese's 67 passes or the Eagles defensive line from sacking Steelers QBs nine times? This will be tough for Philly.
Ravens (2-0) at Steelers (2-1)
ESPN, Monday, 6:30 p.m.
The Steelers have won six of the past seven meetings at Heinz Field and an NFL-best 13 consecutive home games on MNF. Let's hold off on the Ravens-are-contenders stuff until they beat a quality team.