New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was clocked at 21.85 miles per hour during his 61-yard touchdown catch and run in a week 14 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Monday.
Though that was enough to leave Dallas defenders in the dust, Beckham wants more.
The star wideout tweeted the highlight to Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt and ask if they could speed train together during the offseason.
Bolt topped out at 27.79mph when he set the 100m record in 2009. His training, paired with Beckham's genes (his mother was a sprinter at LSU), could be deadly.
So can Beckham get even faster? That something NFL defensive coordinators hope to never find out.