Often the issue for goalkeepers in dominant sides, Dublin's Stephen Cluxton appeared to get a little tired staying still today.
In a quarter-full Croke Park, Dublin took on Kerry amid what still managed to be a fairly raucous atmosphere.
Perhaps a little wary that Kerry were exacting an unexpected amount of control on the All-Ireland champions, had they been a little more efficient with their finishing, Dublin could have been in trouble.
Cluxton, with no great options in blue before him, decided to send his teammates a less than subtle message; if you're not going to give me an option, I'll do it myself.
Although most goalkeepers seem to believe they'd be equally adept at playing outfield as in goal, Cluxton, at 36-years of age, made moves out of his own '45, out of his own half, and was only stopped when fairly unceremoniously chopped down by a Kerry opponent probably not taking too kindly to Cluxton's willingness to roam.
You can see Cluxton's moment of calculated madness below.
Nobody in space?
No problem for Stephen Cluxton. ?♂️? #AllianzLeagues pic.twitter.com/stiQBknnfW
— eir Sport (@eirSport) March 11, 2018
In the end, Dublin ran out comfortable winners against Kerry and will look to next week's tie with Galway at Salthill.