Saban has said whoever has played second has played best. Well since Feeley has played second in 3 out of the four games, and in the game he played first he wasn't in for very long, that means Feeley is playing better doesn't it. Even in that first game when everyone was saying how good Frerotte was playing, I wasn't that impressed. His longest completiong he should have been sacked and just threw up a jump ball that Chambers made a good play on, and his lone TD came on a ball that he admitted slipped out of his hand and was intended for another reciever. It could have just as easily been a red zone INT. So I think Feeley needs to be the starter at this point. I know there have been a ton of threads arguing about this, but I just thought it was interesting that Saban said that and Feeley played second in every game but one.