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The Green Bay Packers have always had one of the best home-field advantages in football, especially late in the season and into the playoffs. The cold Wisconsin weather typically works in the Packersā favor, as most of the players are used to the elements unlike teams that visit from warmer climates. However, not all of Green Bayās players consider it an advantage. On Wednesday, Greg Jennings told the Journal Sentinel that there are a number of reasons he feels more comfortable away from Lambeau Field in January. āIām not opposed to playing (at home),ā Jennings said. āObviously, with our crowd and our fans, thatās what we want as a team. But going on the road, being isolated away from everyone, I think the focus level and the sense of urgency is just a tad higher because youāre dependent on your teammate. You travel, youāre in a hotel ā youāre all together. Itās you guys against everyone else outside of that hotel.ā The seventh-year receiver said he knows his response isnāt what Pa
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It didn't take long for Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings to find
out that his sister, Valyncia Jennings, had taken several shots at
quarterback Aaron Rodgers via Twitter during Green Bay's