Brett Favre hasnt played in the NFL since 2010, but the Hall of Fame quarterback could make a comeback at age 47. At least thats what Atlanta Falcons cornerback Robert Alford thinks after watching Favre throw bullet passes this week.

Favre stopped by Traction Sports Performance in Baton Rouge, La., where Alford was training, stepped onto the field in his street clothes and fired darts to receivers. He missed a couple, but hey, who expects him to be perfect?

Had the G.O.A.T. Brett Favre out throwing today. I asked him to come out retirement to throw a pick to me. J/P cool guy #TAT pic.twitter.com/FljsvBSIXh

Robert Alford (@rockorocky) March 22, 2017

Alford told TMZ Favre didnt even warm up and thinks he still could play if he had a good offensive line that allowed him to sit back and sling. Alford also asked Favre, the career leader in interceptions (336), to come out of retirement and throw him a pick, but hed better be careful Alford had a pick-six of Tom Brady in the Super Bowl, and that didnt end so well for the Falcons.