Before you go crazy, we don't think the St. Louis Rams will beat the Cowboys on Sunday afternoon at Cowboys Stadium.
And Feeley has a victory over the Cowboys.
In 2002, Feeley led the Philadelphia Eagles to a 27-3 victory at Texas Stadium. He completed 19 of 33 passes for 253 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions that day.
Feeley hasn't started a game since 2007, but Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan had some thoughts.
"Feeley has been around forever," Ryan said after Friday's practice. "He had a great preseason. Either way, I know they've added some great weapons in [Mark] Clayton and [Brandon] Lloyd. Two excellent receivers. This is an excellent-looking team. They just hung about 450 yards up on Green Bay. When [Steven] Jackson is playing, I believe they're averaging over 40 yards a game. Whatever the stats say on the overall deal, we know we're getting a hell of an offense here."
Clayton will not play on Sunday despite coming off the physically unable to perform list this week.