Aaron Rodgers and the Packers have played four games indoors this season, and with the exception of the game in Detroit where he was knocked out with a concussion, Rodgers' numbers have been nearly flawless: In Minnesota in Week 11, Rodgers completed 71% of his passes for 301 yards, 4 TDs and 0 INTs. In Atlanta a week later, Rodgers completed 74% of his passes for 344 yards, 1 TD and 0 INTs. In Atlanta in the Divisional round, Rodgers completed 86% of his passes for 366 yards, 3 TDs and 0 INTs. Even though Rodgers will be facing the league's top scoring defense next Sunday, his indoor numbers are hard to ignore. In Pittsburgh's lone dome game this season, Drew Brees was 34-for-44 for 305 yards and 2 TDs in a 20-10 Saints' victory over the Steelers in Week 8. This isn't to say that Green Bay will win next Sunday, but the combination of Rodgers' great indoor numbers mixed with Pittsburgh's stout run defense could lead to a big passing day for the Packers' QB.