Aaron Rodgers had admitted that he finds it harder to win games away from Lambeau Field.
The Green Bay Packers are unbeaten at home this season, but are yet to secure a win on the road.
The quarterback told reporters: "Obviously, it's more difficult to win on the road. It's a hostile environment. Obviously, you're not able to stay in the city that you're from. You've got to expect crowd noise, and you've got to overcome those things.
"We lost two games against two good opponents, San Francisco and Cincinnati. But we turned the ball over a bunch of times, four times against Cincinnati and I think at least two against San Francisco.
"It's tough to win home or on the road when you turn the ball over that much, but it just makes it that much more tough when you're in a hostile environment and you're giving them the football on short fields."
The Packers travel to the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL this weekend.