LANDOVER, Md. — The visiting team's interview room at FedEx Field — where the opposing head coach, and usually the quarterback as well — answer questions after a game against the Redskins is quite simple.
There's a platform, there's a standing microphone, and, well, that's about it. It's not the glossiest of places, but it doesn't need to be, considering the people who speak there only do so for a few minutes out of an entire year because they're from an away franchise.
With that being said, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers still wasn't too impressed by the condition of the room as a whole. So, after making his way up onto the makeshift podium following his group's victory — which, to be fair, requires a decent-sized step that he wasn't too excited about having to take — he made a quick quip about the state of where he was.
"Man, this is classy here," he said with a smirk, drawing a laugh from those assembled around him.
However, despite what he clearly thought were less than ideal conditions for a press conference, it sounded like he did overall end up enjoying his stay in Landover.
"There is nothing like a road playoff win," Rodgers said later. "When you go on the road, you galvanize together. It's you and your loyal fans there against the whole stadium. So we came together today for each other."
After beating the 'Skins, Rodgers and the Pack are now onto Arizona to face the Cardinals. Hopefully, the setup at University of Phoenix Stadium is up to Rodgers' standards because, if it's not, the people around there might end up hearing about it.