IRVING, Texas -- All season the Dallas Cowboys have not been fazed by anything. Add news of Ndamukong Suh's suspension being lifted so the Detroit Lions defensive tackle can play in Sunday's wild-card game to the list.
"No real reaction," coach Jason Garrett said. "Again, we're focused on ourselves. Obviously he is a good football player, they have a good defensive team and he is a big part of it."
Quarterback Tony Romo struck the same tone when he met the media Wednesday afternoon.
"We just go play," Romo said. "Our mindset all year has been whatever time, whatever day, whoever we're playing against ... It just doesn't change for us. We're going to go out and play. I think that's worked well for us just to go put our head down and attack whoever we're going against and not worry about what's going on around you."
Suh, who will have to pay a $70,000 fine for stepping on Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, is part of a Lions defensive line Romo called "outstanding." Detroit has the NFL's top-ranked run defense (69.3 yards per game) and has picked up 42 sacks.
"I think they're going to be as good a test as we're going to have all season," Romo said. "The game in a lot of ways may come down to ... that matchup up front. I think it'll be a great test for our guys and I think they're up to the challenge."