Well considering Stafford is 0-16 on the road against winning team, which I actually didn't know. Even with Suh in the game, I retract what I said about the Cowboys losing to Detroit. Cowboys would get a win with, or without Suh. Then the Cowboys will promptly lose is Seattle and Cowboys fans will be sadly disappointed when the finally realize that beating the 'Hawks mid-season means nothing now. Especially since the Sea Hawks are playing like a much better football team these days. But, if they some how do beat Seattle. I wouldn't mind our undefeated home team adding Romo's first road loss of the season to the score board.
If the Cowboys win they will likely go on to face the Packers since they have the higher seeding of either the Cardinals or the Panthers. And since the Seahawks will likely beat either of those teams it would be the Packers traveling to Seattle for the NFC Championship game assuming the Cowboys don't beat the Pack.
Also the Suh incident should be a fine and hopefully reversed as of today. The question isn't even about Rodgers being stepped on twice because Suh was being pushed into Rodgers on the first step. The NFL has to prove the 2nd step was bad enough to warrant a playoff game suspension or just a huge fine.
Whichever travels to Lambeau Field isn't gonna win, that's pretty much a given. The Cowboys play well on the road and are undefeated on the road because of it, but Green Bay plays better than the Cowboys at home than they do on the road. But, that's why the Packers are also undefeated at home, in this situation it's better to be a better home team than a good road team that doesn't get a bye week. I'm just hoping one of those teams can knock off the Sea Hawks, because then that means playoffs go through Green Bay.