Trivia: Can you name the two Left-Handed QBs drafted since 2010? (1 Viewer)

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All this thread did was make me feel old. My first instinct was Byron Leftwich but I thought 2010 might be cutting it close. Googled him.. 2003. So thanks for that.

Also Leftwich was right handed which is weird because his name isn't Byron Rightwich

I guess I should watch more football
 

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All this thread did was make me feel old. My first instinct was Byron Leftwich but I thought 2010 might be cutting it close. Googled him.. 2003. So thanks for that.

Also Leftwich was right handed which is weird because his name isn't Byron Rightwich

I guess I should watch more football
I was going say michael vick then realized how long ago he got drafted. Time really does fly
 

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Besides Canfield, isn’t Garret Grayson the only other QB we drafted ? Chase Daniel we signed as an FA
 

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Anyone else open the thread like there had to be more than 2 left handed qb then proceed to not know any lol
 

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Weird that Tua's dad successfully switched him from rightie to leftie. If a defender grabs his left shoulder, he can probably switch the ball to his right hand and make a pretty good throw.

I've noticed a lot of great athletes are ambidextrous, or nearly so.
 

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