Thanks to a Seattle victory over the Vikings, Green Bay has a one-game lead over the Vikings with three to play. The Packers also have a win over the Vikes, so the best Minnesota can achieve is a split with Green Bay. The Packers have a 7-3 NFC record with two conference games remaining (at Minnesota Dec. 24 and at Chicago Jan. 2). Minnesota, on the other hand, has a 4-5 NFC mark with all three of its remaining games vs. conference opponents (at Detroit, Green Bay and at Washington).
In the event that they do not win the division, the Packers are looking pretty good in the NFC's bizarre wild-card race. Right now the only NFC non-division leader with a winning record is Minnesota at 7-6. Everyone trailing division leaders Philadelphia (12-1), Atlanta (10-3) and Seattle (7-6) have losing records.
Green Bay can actually gain a postseason spot without a win Sunday, although that unlikely scenario involves a tie.