Chicago at Atlanta, 1 PM. Kyle Orton led the league in yards passing last week. He'll need to play well for a third consecutive week as the Bears take on one of the best run-stopping defenses in the Falcons. Roddy White is questionable after sustaining a head injury in practice on Wednesday. Coverage maps for CBS Games (pictured). Fox Early Games. Fox Late Games. Miami at H0ust0n. The Texans haven't won yet (hence the zeroes in the name; I'm so clever!), but Matt Schaub is off the injury list, so the only way Sage Rosenfels can piss away this game is from the top of the busted roof at Reliant Stadium. Baltimore at Indy. Where have you gone, sweet Pey-Pey? Detr0it at Minnesota. Jon Kitna is doubtful with a back injury, so you'd best stay off his damn lawn. Oakland at New Orleans. It's the debut of the Tom Cable Show. Cincinnati at NY Jets. Mangini named his kid after Favre. That's great. Yes, I'm being sarcastic. Carolina at Tampa Bay. Big division game in the NFC South. Yeah. Big. Game. Ok, what else? St. L0uis at Washington. Winless team with like-new coach faces juggernaut team hitting their stride. Do the math. Jacksonville at Denver, 4 PM. Did you know Jay Cutler has diabetes? Jacksonville needs a win here to keep pace in the AFC South and hit their bye week on a high note. Dallas at Arizona. Anquan Boldin was hoping to return this week after taking that brutal hit in the end zone two weeks ago, the one that nearly had Kurt Warner filing for retirement. He's been officially ruled out. Philly at San Fran. You're not gonna believe this, but Brian Westbrook is hurt. He sat out two weeks ago against Chicago with an ankle injury, but then broke two ribs against the Redskins last week. Kevin Curtis is expected to see his first action of the year today, after recovering from sports hernia surgery. Green Bay at Seattle. Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren takes on the franchise to which he delivered a Super Bowl victory in 1997. Sorry, I don't see the point in calling it a "world championship" when all the participating teams hail from the same country. New England at San Diego, 8:15 PM. When fairweather fans collide! NY Giants at Cleveland, 8:30 PM, Monday. Despite players such as Jeff Feagles and Shaun O'Hara sharing their political views openly, Romeo Crennel has banned all discussion of the presidential election in the Cleveland Browns' facilities, premptively taking measures to avoid a soapbox-type situation while his team deals with an already-tenuous 1-3 record. The move may have been spawned by Brady Quinn's endorsement of The White Guy earlier in the week, as if we give a shit what he thinks. If you root for Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, or Kansas City, you get the week off. Root for someone else this week.