It was third and ten.
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense had been struggling as of late against Pittsburgh's unforgiving defense, and were in desperate need of a first-down.
From their own 25 yard-line with six minutes remaining in the most meaningful game of their lives, Rodgers lasers a pass to Greg Jennings for a 31 yard gain to the Pittsburgh 44 yard-line.
The Packers would go on to score what would essentially amount to the game-sealing touchdown pass of Super Bowl XLV, bringing the Lombardi Trophy back to its rightful home of Green Bay, Wisconsin.
What we've just emphasized was one of many reasons why the Green Bay Packers can now officially refer to themselves as world champions at their craft.
And as for their renowned quarterback? Well, let's just say he's now the best of the best.
So as we recuperate from one of the all-time classic Super Bowls in history, let us take a look at why Green Bay could be on the cusp of starting their own dynasty in Title-town.