If you can't get enough Vikings/Packers, you might be in luck.
The most likely path for Minnesota to the postseason is by winning this week against Green Bay. They can still make it in with a loss, but it would require losses by Dallas, New York, and Chicago, which seems highly unlikely. So, if the Vikings win this weekend, they'll be 10-6 and the Packers 11-5. The Vikings will be the #6 seed, with the Seattle Seahawks finishing no worse than 10-6 (and holding the tiebreaker edge due to a victory over the Vikings) and the San Francisco 49ers finishing no worse than 10-5-1.
The #6 seed plays the #3 seed. The NFC East winner is guaranteed the #4 seed, while Atlanta's locked up the #1 seed. So the #3 seed will be either Green Bay or the NFC West winner: Seattle or San Francisco.
Both NFC West teams play at home – San Fran against Arizona and Seattle against St. Louis. A win by both is highly likely, which would give San Fran the division at 11-4-1 and make them the #2 seed. If Seattle wins and San Fran loses, Seattle wins the West with a record of 11-5, which due to a “win” over Green Bay, in the infamous replacement ref Monday Night game, would give them the edge over the Packers and make them the #2 seed.
The only way Green Bay can secure a first-round bye and the #2 seed – assuming they lose to the Vikings on Sunday – is if both San Francisco and Seattle lose. Given their opponents and their home field advantages, that seems extremely unlikely. About as unlikely as the Vikings making the playoffs by losing this weekend. And no, I'm not taking ties into account. They'd make my head hurt even more.
So, to recap, if the Vikings win this weekend, they'll be the #6 seed and Green Bay will almost certainly be the #3 seed, which means it will be Minnesota at Green Bay for a rematch in the opening round of the playoffs. And before you go all “January playoff game in Lambeau Field, waaaaaah!” consider this: After starting on a 13-0 run, since 2002, the Packers are 1-4 in home playoff games, including this gem after the 2004 season. (Fortunately, there's no audio of Joe Buck's “disgusting act,” leaving the best exchange from that clip at the 2:48 mark. “Taken down at the 22 yard line, it's Ralph Brown!” “Who?” “RALPH BROWN!” “Come on!”)
In fact, since the Vikings are the #6 seed, it's easy to predict their opponents for the next two weeks: Green Bay and Atlanta. This assumes the team makes the postseason in the first place (and wins its first-round game)... but hey, if I'm going to dream, why not dream big?