Albert played all four years of the AAFC's existence with San Francisco, where he was one of the league's better Quarterbacks. Albert was named a Second Team All-Pro three times, and he would lead the league in Passing Touchdowns in 1948 and 1949 and also in Completion Percentage in 1948. When the team was absorbed into the National Football League in 1950, Albert was named to the Pro Bowl, proving to the gridiron world that he was just as good as any NFL pivot.
Albert threw for 10,795 Yards and 115 TDs and ran for another 1,272 Yards and 27 TDs. These are great numbers for a Quarterback from 1946 to 1952, and it can't be dismissed.