Buffalo Bills pass rusher Von Miller revealed on Thursday something he’s never done before in the NFL that’s a bit surprising.

According to Miller, he’s never played against a left-handed quarterback.

That topic came up this week because the Bills are set for a huge early season showdown with their AFC East rivals, the Miami Dolphins.

Miami’s starting quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, is left-handed.

Both teams are 2-0. And with the Bills looking like they’re more than worthy of the preseason hype they received, combined with the Dolphins’ hot start, this has the potential to be the most exciting game of the week.

Now, as for the left-handed thing. Will that be a factor for Miller and the rest of the pass rushers?

It could change the way they approach rushing Tua — it’s basically like the protection is flipped — but I don’t think it will have too much of an impact on Miller’s effectiveness.

By the way, Miller actually kind of has faced a left-haded quarterback before.

A few years ago, when Miller was still with the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw the ball left-handed to avoid being tackled by Miller.

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