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

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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.
I think the word you are looking for is amphibious.

 

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I watched a play either last year or the year before where Phillies pitcher Vince Velasquez got hit on his throwing arm (right arm) but threw the runner out with his left arm. It was one of those "Did I really see that?" moments.
 

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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.
jrue holiday is a great ambidextrous example. kills you from the left or right
 

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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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