Baltimore: WR Deonte Thompson, concussion; WR Marlon Brown, bruised thigh; CB Lardarius Webb, bruised thigh
Buffalo: S Aaron Williams, sore back
Detroit: CB Rashean Mathis, concussion
Houston: LB Brian Cushing, concussion
Jacksonville: TE Marcedes Lewis, strained calf
New England: WR Aaron Dobson, bruised neck; NT Vince Wilfork, bruised ankle
NY Jets: WR Stephen Hill, concussion-like symptoms
Oakland: RB Darren McFadden, sore hamstring; FB Marcel Reece, sore knee
San Diego: LB Dwight Freeney, sore quadriceps
Seattle: DE Michael Bennett, strained back
Tampa Bay: S Mark Barron, strained hamstring
Tennessee: QB Jake Locker, bruised hip
Washington: RB Alfred Morris, bruised ribs; NT Chris Neild, strained calf
■ Philip Rivers’s 83.3 percent completion rate for the Chargers was the highest in NFL history for a 400-yard passing game.
■ Redskins linebacker London Fletcher played in his 244th consecutive regular-season game, passing Bill Romanowski for most by a defensive player since the 1970 merger.
■ Browns left tackle Joe Thomas made his 100th straight start, extending his consecutive snaps streak to 6,125, the NFL’s longest active run.
■ Colts defensive end Robert Mathis is now one sack shy of becoming the 30th player in NFL history with 100.
■ The Titans joined the 1995 Rams as the only teams in the Super Bowl era without a turnover through the first four games.
■ The Eagles became the first team in NFL history to accumulate at least 1,000 yards passing and 750 yards rushing through the first four games.
■ The Jaguars are 0-4 for the third time in franchise history. The team has never started 0-5.
■ The Steelers have yet to record a takeaway this season.
■ The Chiefs are 13-3 in their last 16 games against NFC teams.
■ For the first time since 1998, the Raiders lost a game in which they led by at least 14 points in the first quarter.
■ The Ravens had a franchise-low nine rushing attempts.
MIAMI (3-0) AT NEW ORLEANS (3-0)
When: 8:40 p.m. (ESPN).
Where: Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Line: Saints by 7.
Last meeting: Saints won, 46-34, in 2009.
Of note: New Orleans went into the weekend ranked an uncharacteristic 15th in points scored. Blame a lackluster rushing attack that’s gaining just 3.5 yards per run. The Dolphins’ run game has been a hindrance, too (ranked 26th, 70.3 yards per game), so expect a lot of passing. Drew Brees and Ryan Tannehill are averaging a combined 78 pass attempts per game. The Saints’ defense has forced two turnovers in each of the team’s first three games.