Paul Galvin believes that two of the All-Ireland winning Kerry teams he played on would beat the current Dublin three-in-a-row side - one which has been hailed by some as the greatest team ever.
Speaking on Newstalk's Off The Ball on Friday evening, Galvin said that the Kerry 2004 and 2009 teams would emerge victorious against Jim Galvin and Co.
I think our '04 team would have been a very interesting game because our '04 team - even though our '09 team was probably a better football team - the Kerry '04 team was a steely team.
You had the likes of Johnny Crowley - I would like to see the Dublin fullback line mess around with the likes of Johnny Crowley.
I think William Kirby would have been a handful for a lot of the guys around the middle of the field.
Liam Hassett in his prime would have been a tough draw for them.
Both of the two Kerry sides which Galvin believes would be capable of beating Dublin were coached by Jack O'Connor.
I think the '09 team was our best team but the '04 team was highly coached, very high IQ, the right level of aggression, mechanical when it needed to be but could play off the cuff as well.
I thought there was a great balance to that '04 team. You had Mike Mac (McCarthy) and Tom (O'Sullivan) in their prime.
I think that Kerry '04 team and any of our teams, we'd be winning, we'd be winning. I'd be confident, of course I would. If you want to ask me who'd win, I think we'd beat them. I would say that.