The Dolphins are favored by three points, basically the home- field advantage.
Brian Griese starts again at quarterback for the Dolphins. He's not as good as he looked Monday night against San Diego, but for now, he's better than Jay Fiedler.
Green Bay (plus 4 1/2) at Minnesota
Brett Favre has a cracked thumb, although he's expected to play. But Favre is 2-9 for his career at the Metrodome.
St. Louis (minus 2) at San Francisco
The 49ers beat the Bucs and lost to the Cardinals. Does that mean they play up or down to the level of the opponent?
Pittsburgh (plus 4) at Seattle
The Seahawks should bounce back at home against one of the league's biggest disappointments.
New England (plus 2 1/2) at Denver (Monday night)
Can Danny Kanell solve the mysteries of Bill Belichick's defense?
New Orleans (plus 8) at Tampa Bay
The Bucs have spent the entire season alternating wins and losses. That stops here.
Washington (plus 4) at Dallas
When Danny Wuerffel turns down Steve Spurrier, the Skins are in real trouble.
Carolina (plus 8 1/2) at Houston
The Texans give everyone their best. Tony Banks will probably start at quarterback and he's a turnover (or three) waiting to happen.
Jacksonville (plus 6) at Baltimore
Byron Leftwich gets the same treatment as Kanell and Banks.
Philadelphia (minus 4) at Atlanta
Without Vick? Forget it.
Cincinnati (minus 3) at Arizona
Both won last week. How often does that happen with these two?
New York Giants (minus 2) ''at'' New York Jets
Did the Giants start their annual late-season run in Minnesota?
Oakland (minus 2 1/2) at Detroit
Marques Tuiasosopo and Joey Harrington relive their years at Washington and Oregon.
San Diego (plus 2 1/2) at Chicago
The Bears should win their second straight.
LAST WEEK: 9-4-1 (spread), 10-4 (straight up).
SEASON: 66-47-3 (spread), 73-43 (straight up).
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