GIANTS at EAGLES
If New York's defense can hold Philadelphia's Ricky Walters as it did Emmitt Smith on Sunday (11 carries for 18 yards), then 1996 might become a flashback of '94 for the Eagles, who became the first team in NFL history to start 7-2 and finish with a losing record.
PATRIOTS at CHARGERS
An AFC wild-card special. New England's explosive attack averages 25.8 points and 22 first downs. San Diego must counter with a strong running game; when the Chargers outrush the opposition, they're 5-0.
SEAHAWKS at BRONCOS
With their future ownership still unresolved, this may be the start of the Seahawks' swan song in Seattle. To reach 12-1 for the second time ever, Denver must protect John Elway better than it did in Week 2, when the Seahawks sacked him five times.
BENGALS at JAGUARS
Cincinnati has won its three games with Jacksonville, and quarterback Jeff Blake has the Bengals on a 4-1 run. Jaguars quarterback Mark Brunell will face cornerback Ashley Ambrose, the league leader with eight interceptions.
BILLS at COLTS
For Indianapolis to stay in the playoff hunt, it has to beat Buffalo, which won the teams' first matchup in overtime. To knock off the Bills, winners of four games in a row, the Colts need to score 20 or more points. They're 5-0 when that happens.