In the NFL, dual-threat quarterbacks are both a new trend and an old commodity.
Quarterbacks with the ability to extend plays with both their legs and their arm have actually been around since the days of Fran Tarkenton and Roger Staubach, but this style of play has only become truly popular in recent years.
Michael Vick's introduction to the NFL in 2002 forever changed the landscape of the position and forced defensive headaches.
So who are the best of the best when it comes to dual-threat QBs?
Which players have been the most adept at combining the skills of a drop back passer with the athleticism of a running back?
Let's look at the 10 best dual-threat quarterbacks of all time.