He threw the ball 73 yards as a sophomore in high school
It depends on their own athletic ability as well as their level of play. A pro. QB will throw much further then a high schooler but most QB's can throw over half the field
No... ANSWER: If the QB goes back behind the line of scrimmage, then yes, he can still throw the ball. Crossing the line of scrimmage doesn't negate the QB's right to throw a legal forward pass on that play.
NFL quarterbacks can throw the ball varying distances. Some quarterbacks with weaker arms can only throw the ball 60 yards or so, while others (like Raiders' QB Jamarcus Russell) can heave the pigskin in excess of 70 yards.
anybody. usually the punter or backup QB though
1) He could be unaccurate. 2) You probably use the left joystick to redirect the ball.
They need to be in top condition to run up and down the field. Also, they need to memorize plays so the QB knows where to throw the ball when he is being chased by linemen.
No, Bobby Douglass had the strongest arm. It is said he could throw a ball 100 yards but never in a game. He was left handed and one hell of a runner
He switched to left field.
he is in charge of running the offence on while on the field. the qb gets the ball to the other players
Whenever the ball exits the field across a touch line.