There's no need to mince words: Aaron Rodgers is one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever grip the pigskin.

Despite all of his undeniable greatness, Rodgers might have been at his peak Sunday at Lambeau Field.

Playing a Raiders team with two weeks to prepare and without his top wide receiver, Davante Adams, Rodgers ripped the Silver and Black limb from limb, throwing for 429 yards and five touchdowns while adding a rushing touchdown and notching a perfect passer rating in a 42-24 Green Bay win. The Packers' star quarterback registered just six incompletions on the day.

Rodgers' destruction of the Silver and Black is one he'll surely remember.

Rodgers was locked in.

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The Raiders leave Lambeau Field at 3-3, and will head to Houston to play the Texans in the finale of their five-game road trip.

After back-to-back wins over the Colts and Bears, the Raiders put themselves in the thick of the AFC West race. After Rodgers took the wind out of their sails Sunday, the Silver and Black will need to regroup fast in order to stay in the AFC hunt.