We know that commentators have a tendency to get a bit excited whenever something impressive happens, but normally it's due to them getting caught up in the moment as it happens live. Just ask Martin Tyler.
But legendary BBC commentator John Motson has been truly blown away by Chelsea's outstanding win at home to Everton on Saturday, and after taking time to truly let what he has seen sink in, he has described it as the best Premier League performance he has ever seen.
It is extremely high praise, and that may be an understatement, but Motty was fully convinced as he told BBC Radio 5 Live that exactly why he felt as though he had never seen a better performance, and why Chelsea were his pick to win the league.
Safe to say he was pleased with what he saw.
We can debunk one argument straight away. "If it was a live game we would be talking about it for weeks!" - It was a live game, it was broadcast on BT Sport which apparently Motty doesn't know exists, and people have pretty much stopped talking about it already.
That's not to see Chelsea were impressive, far from it, they were irresistible for the most part as they overwhelmed Everton and put them to the sword with a performance to let everyone know that they are serious title contenders... But the greatest Premier League performance of all time?
That's quite a statement.
Everton were indeed awful as Motty admitted, and goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg will be very disappointed to have conceded the first two goals, but Chelsea were sensational, so maybe we should be talking about this game a bit more.
What do you reckon? Was that the best ever Premier League performance? Get in touch and let us know what you would rank above it.