"It's not a free-for-all. There's structure," Jennings told the Minneapolis Star Tribune of the Vikings' attack. "But there's liberty. You can breathe. It's like, 'OK, I can do my thing.' You know what you need to do, you get it done. Whereas (in Green Bay), everything was more cookie-cutter. ... It's just different. In a good way. And not knocking what we did there. Because obviously it was successful. But here, no one's walking on egg shells."
It's a little weird to see Jennings diss the offense of the team he's played for for the past seven seasons, but I don't mind it. He'll miss the Packers when they're in the playoffs and the Vikings aren't.