PANTHERS at JAGUARS
Jacksonville's Mark Brunell is a clone of the 49ers' Steve Young, whom Carolina held in check on Sunday. If the Jaguars want to win the Expansion Bowl—and hand Carolina its first loss—either James Stewart or Natrone Means must run for more yardage than Brunell.
RAIDERS at BEARS
Can anybody here run the ball into the end zone? These two 1-3 teams are both seeking their first rushing touchdown of '96. With a running back named Napoleon (Kaufman) making Soldier Field his battleground, Oakland has a slight edge.
OILERS at STEELERS
For a lame-duck quarterback, Houston's Chris Chandler has one helluva wing: six TD passes against only one interception this year. And if running back Eddie George continues to improve, Houston, which has lost four straight to Pittsburgh, will claim first place in the AFC Central,
CHIEFS at CHARGERS
San Diego shook the cobwebs out of its offense with 40 points against the Raiders, including four Stan Humphries touchdown passes. To win this week the Chargers' offense must keep K.C.'s defense from scoring.
COWBOYS at EAGLES
Never mind the Super Bowl champs' 1-3 record. It's this simple: Whenever Philadelphia running hack Ricky Watters rushes for 100 or more yards, the Eagles win. Ricky, don't lose that number.