The Green Bay Packers earned a big win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. It not only kept Green Bay in first place of the NFC but this team also clinched the NFC North division as well. After the contest, Aaron Rodgers opened up about his ridiculous throw to Marquez Valdes-Scantling.

According to Zach Kruse, Aaron Rodgers reflected on Sunday's game, recalling a specific pass thrown to Valdes-Scantling. The Packers' quarterback claims:

“There were a couple of throws I was proud of. There's not many games when you make a throw and you're really smiling on the inside because it makes you feel good. But I threw a ball to Marquez on the first play in the two-minute, and it was kind of harkening back to a feeling I had years ago, as far as my timing and footwork and ball placement. Those are the fun ones. The ones you feel really really good about.”

The throw he's talking about was a strike down the middle of the field. Rodgers delivers a strike down the middle of the field through a tight window. It's one of the best passes you'll see, as the completion allowed the Packers to continue their late-game drive. The NFL's Twitter account shared a clip of the highlight.

It doesn't look like there is any space to deliver the pass, but Rodgers finds a way regardless. It's a throw not many quarterbacks can deliver and proves just how talented he is. The Packers have had stellar quarterback play for 30 years now and it's throws like these that get the fan base excited.

Look for the Packers to continue their win streak as they take on the Cleveland Browns in Week 16. Aaron Rodgers will break Brett Favre's franchise record in that game, so make sure to tune in and catch the historic moment.