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    A.J. Feeley's career numbers
    03/06/2010

    The Feeley File

    Age 32
    NFL 9 seasons
    Teams Philadelphia, Miami, San Diego, Carolina
    Starts 15
    Pass att. 665
    Pass cmp. 372
    Pct. 55.9
    Yards 4,070
    TD 27
    Int 29
    QB rate 69.6

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    Re: A.J. Feeley's Career Numbers

    Originally posted by r8rh8rmike View Post
    A.J. Feeley's career numbers
    03/06/2010

    The Feeley File

    Age 32
    NFL 9 seasons
    Teams Philadelphia, Miami, San Diego, Carolina
    Starts 15
    Pass att. 665
    Pass cmp. 372
    Pct. 55.9
    Yards 4,070
    TD 27
    Int 29
    QB rate 69.6
    I am not upset about this move, he is going to be a backup so whatever I guess,he will do fine, my only question is did this need to be the first move made as we watch other teams such as the Lions who stink also sign some players that are going to make them better.I guess patience is the key here,but based on past performances by this organization one has reason to get nervous and wonder what the plan is.

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    • #3
      Re: A.J. Feeley's Career Numbers

      I agree with you. Feeley as a backup might provide what we need since he knows the west coast system. Let's knock or agree on this signing after 2 years.

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      • #4
        Re: A.J. Feeley's Career Numbers

        But it's more fun to flip out now and proclaim the end is nigh.
        "I've been saving the Universe for over a thousand years. I figure it owes me just this once."

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        • #5
          Re: A.J. Feeley's Career Numbers

          even boller had a higher passer rating. this guy sucks! bad move.
          LA RAMMER

          It's Jim not Chris
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HNgqQVHI_8

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          • #6
            Re: A.J. Feeley's Career Numbers

            Look at the bright side.

            He has the football knowledge of a 32 year old but with under 700 pass attempts his arm is still fresh.

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            • dgr828
              Not feeling it from Feeley
              by dgr828
              Its should take a short period of time for the Rams #1 pick, Sam Bradford, to take over the reigns as the team's starting quarterback, once he signs his huge contract.
              The prospects of Adam Joshua Feeley leading the Rams at QB for the entire season makes it hard to believe that anything positive could come out of that.
              A.J. is nothing more than a career backup, at best.
              In college, he backed up Joey Harrington at Oregon.
              He's been a 3rd stringer for the Eagles.
              He bombed in Miami and couldn't get on the field in San Diego.

              Feeley went back to Philly and got beat out for the 2nd string spot by an aging Jeff Garcia...Seriously, Garcia would be a better fit for the Rams right now.

              Last year AJ had a cup of coffee with the Carolina Panthers.

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            • shower beers
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              by shower beers
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              Meh. I guess it's good we're starting to get people in to St. Louis. I don't think I would care one way of the other if he eventually signs.
              -03-05-2010, 08:17 AM
            • evil disco man
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              by evil disco man
              How much of an impact will newcomers Boston and Feeley have on the offense?

              It's not a guarantee A.J. Feeley will start, so his impact will depend on how much he plays. At the moment, Jay Fiedler has the edge going into training camp because of his familiarity with the offense and how well he works with the returning players. Feeley has a slightly stronger arm and may be a little more accurate than Fiedler. Fiedler is a given. He's good enough to get this team to nine or 10 wins. Dave Wannstedt needs to make the playoffs to keep his job, so nine or 10 wins may not be enough. Wannstedt just has to make the right decision on which quarterback can do better in December and January. He has training camp to make that decision. Boston has a chance to make it easier for both QBs to succeed. When Boston is right, he destroys defenses. He's good for 100 receiving yards and two TDs any given Sunday. Injuries and attitude have held him back over the past two seasons. Still, he caught 70 passes and scored seven TDs for the Chargers last season. The Dolphins had only 17 receiving TDs last year, 11 from Chris Chambers, six from the rest of the team. Boston got off to a shaky start. He had trouble getting his muscular body under 240 pounds. Now, he's on pace to play at around 228 pounds and his explosiveness is coming back. Boston should easily average 14 yards per catch. That would cause more teams to double cover him at the split end position. Chambers, who is in a contract year, should put up big numbers if Boston is right. His 64 catches and 963 yards a year ago should grow into a certain 1,000-yard season. Plus, Wannstedt is high on third receiver Derrius Thompson. Boston alone could make a bigger difference than Feeley.

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            • MauiRam
              A.J. Feeley holds Rams No. 1 QB spot for now ..
              by MauiRam
              BY JIM THOMAS Friday, August 6, 2010 12:10 am

              "Just like I stated all spring, if we played today I'm sticking with it if we played today, A.J. would be the guy. Maybe I should put that on tape."

              Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo has been so unwavering in that answer that he hasn't even been asked about it since the start of training camp last week.

              But in the grand scheme of things, A.J. Feeley knows he's merely keeping the seat warm at quarterback. A 10-year veteran of the NFL who is well-schooled in the West Coast scheme, Feeley can be a valuable mentor for No. 1 overall pick Sam Bradford.

              Then again, Feeley wants to play. He doesn't want to help Bradford too much, does he?

              "I want to help him out as much as he wants to be helped out," Feeley said. "But everybody wants to play. If you don't want to play, you shouldn't be in this position. It's what you do."

              But Feeley is quick to add: "The nature of playing quarterback is you help each other out in the meeting room. Those guys that don't have good meeting rooms, where the guys don't get along, that's where bad things happen. But we have a great group."

              Feeley, 33, is surrounded by two rookies Bradford and Thaddeus Lewis and second-year man Keith Null in the meeting room at Rams Park. That's a lot of inexperience.

              "My mind-set going into this thing is to get this team ready to play," Feeley said. "And offensively, it's to go in there and be the guy and run with it. But in the meeting room and outside of that, I'm there to help those guys out as much as possible."

              That mind-set explains in part why the Rams signed Feeley to a two-year, $6 million free-agent contract in March. They feel he's someone capable of starting a few games if need be until Bradford is deemed ready. But his knowledge of the offense and the coaches should help Bradford get ready.

              "Feeley's being something like a big brother to Sam is the best way I can put it," rookie wide receiver Mardy Gilyard said. "He's the leader of the bunch. He's the No. 1 guy. He knows his checks. He's confident in his throws. He's telling our receivers exactly where he's going to put the ball and how we should run our routes.

              "And Sam, he has a lot to learn. That's why I'm glad that we have A.J. here so Sam can be able to cling on his leg in a sense and learn everything he can learn."

              During the summer break from mid-June to reporting day last week, Feeley worked at home in San Diego with noted quarterback trainer Todd Durkin.

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            • Warner4prez
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              by Warner4prez
              Posted by Michael David Smith on March 5, 2010 10:49 AM ET
              We still don't know who the St. Louis Rams' starting quarterback will be this season. But we may have learned today who their backup will be.

              Our old friend Aaron Wilson tweeted, and Rams Billy Devaney "pretty much confirmed" in a radio interview, that the Rams are close to a deal with free agent quarterback A.J. Feeley.

              Feeley was most recently under contract with the Panthers, but he never played in a game for Carolina. He last got on the field in the regular season in 2007, when he started two games for the Eagles. He's also played for the Dolphins.

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