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Dez Bryant pass is only TD you'll see from lefty in '16

The Cowboys asserted their dominance once again on Monday night, whipping up on the Lions in a game that meant nothing to Dallas and everything to Detroit.

The exclamation point in the victory came via a touchdown pass from Dez Bryant to Jason Witten. Bryant would later call it the best TD he's experienced in his life.

It was Bryant's first touchdown pass since high school. He wants more.

It's a bit jarring to see a left-handed pass, isn't it? We are in a fallow period for the southpaw thrower. A study of every depth chart in the league (RESEARCH, BRUH) reveals the impossible: There isn't a single left-handed throwing quarterback in the league right now.

For the record, the last lefty to throw a touchdown was another Cowboy, Kellen Moore, who tossed for three scores in Week 17 of last season (Moore spent this season on injured reserve with a busted ankle). The last non-Cowboys lefty to throw a touchdown? You have to go all the way back to Week 5 of last season, when Mike Vick was finishing his career with the Steelers.

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