Morry Gash, File, Associated Press
FILE - In this Dec. 25, 2011, file photo, Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers looks for a receiver to make a pass during the second half of an NFL football game against the Chicago Bears in Green Bay, Wis. The last time the Packers faced the New York Giants in the playoffs, Brett Favre ended his Packers career with an interception in the NFC Championship game. Now the Packers boast one of the most accurate quarterbacks in the game with Rodgers, who will need to continue to avoid interceptions with the weather turning bad for the divisional playoff game scheduled for Jan. 15, 2012, against the Giants.

GREEN BAY, Wis. — For the Green Bay Packers, Sunday's playoff game against the New York Giants brings up not-so-fond memories of Brett Favre's interception in overtime that led to an NFC title game loss four years ago.

Ever since then, Aaron Rodgers has been under center and the Packers haven't had to worry about a quarterback giving the game away with a bad decision or wild throw.

For all of Favre's brilliant plays and big moments for the Packers, wide receiver Greg Jennings thinks it's possible that Rodgers spent some of his first three seasons behind Favre learning what not to do.

Rodgers says his focus on turnovers came well before that, back to his freshman year of high school when he threw more interceptions than touchdowns.