COLTS at BILLS
Buffalo linebacker Bryce Paup should have invited Indianapolis's offensive line to attend the Pro Bowl with him last February. Paup got six of his league-leading 17.5 sacks versus Indy in '95. With QB Jim Kelly out, the Bills must keep this one a low-scoring affair.
PACKERS at BEARS
Bears quarterback Dave Krieg, in for injured starter Erik Kramer, has fumbled more times (145) than anyone in NFL history and has been sacked the second-most times (479). That spells disaster against a Green Bay defense that has forced a league-high 22 turnovers.
CHARGERS at BRONCOS
A rumble between two teams tied for first in the NFL's best division. San Diego has given up 76 points in two road games this year, and if this turns into another shoot-out, Denver has more big guns.
STEELERS at CHIEFS
Kansas City is riding an 11-game winning streak at Arrowhead. Pittsburgh might be well advised to use Kordell Stewart at QB against Marty Schottenheimer's opportunistic defense. If Slash accounts for two touchdowns—running, passing or receiving—the Steelers have a shot.
49ERS at RAMS
San Francisco quarterback St Young needs a tune-up for the following week's foe, Green Bay, but coach George Seifert will likely play Elvis Grbac because the Niners have won 12 straight from the Rams in what was once a bloody intradivisional rivalry.