(WNFL) - The Green Bay Packers are the only N-F-L team not to get an interception from one of its safeties -- and there's not much time left to change that. Safety M-D Jennings says he and his teammates talk a lot about that -- but they've vowed not to go chasing away from their required routes, and risk an opposing receiver burning a defender. Jennings says nobody on the team likes the fact that the Packer safeties have no picks -- but at this point of the year, it's all about putting personal stats second and team victories first. The coaches insist that interceptions will come if the Packers stick with their defensive schemes. But there are only two regular season games left for that to happen -- Sunday at home against Pittsburgh, and December 29th at Chicago. The Packers must win both those contests to take the N-F-C North Division, and make the playoffs with a home Wild Card game.
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