**** Makings of a classic
*** No remote needed
** Good to keep checking
* Strictly fantasy fodder
*** Seattle (7-3) at Baltimore (5-5), 10 a.m. It's time to see which of these teams really wants to win a division title. LINE: Ravens by 3.
** Indianapolis (8-2) at Buffalo (4-6), 10 a.m., Channel 2. The Colts still have a lot to play for and Peyton Manning seems to be on a mission. And the Bills? Time to think about who will coach them next season. LINE: Colts by 3.
** Jacksonville (2-8) at N.Y. Jets (3-7) , 10 a.m. Two losing teams could make for a close and entertaining game. LINE: Jets by 4.
** St. Louis (7-3) at Arizona (3-7), 1 p.m. The Rams have been getting the job done with Marc Bulger at quarterback, but they can't afford a setback on the road against the Cardinals. LINE: Rams by 7 1/2.
** Chicago (3-7) at Denver (6-4), 1 p.m. Quarterback Jake Plummer has people around Denver excited about the Broncos, but he has to stay healthy. LINE: Broncos by 10 1/2.
** Tennessee (8-2) at Atlanta (2-8), 1:15 p.m. Titan quarterback Steve McNair should have a huge game against the weak Falcon secondary. LINE: Titans by 6 1/2.
** Oakland (3-7) at Kansas City (9-1), 1:15 p.m., Channel 2. Any time the Raiders play the Chiefs, it's a good game. Look for Oakland to throw everything at the Chiefs, who are looking to bounce back after suffering their first loss. LINE: Chiefs by 11.
** Cincinnati (5-5) at San Diego (2-8), 1:15 p.m. Unless quarterback Doug Flutie has a few more tricks in his bag, the Chargers can only hope that the Bengals are overconfident. LINE: Bengals by 3.
** Washington (4-6) at Miami (6-4), 5:30 p.m., ESPN. The Redskins' once-promising season has gone south. LINE: Dolphins by 6 1/2.
-- Lonnie White