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Packers' WR Jennings says he'd rather play indoors

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Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings says when it comes to the playoffs, he’d just as soon play on the road.

Jennings tells the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel he realizes that’s not a politically correct answer, but he would always choose to play indoors over outdoors -- and that going on the road keeps a playoff team sharper.

As Jennings put it, "I'm done with politically correct right now. I'm realistic."

For the record, Green Bay has lost four of its last six home playoff games, including a 31-17 loss to the Vikings in the 2004 playoffs.

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