I think that's the plan. Feely could still be an option but Huard makes more sense. He knows the system and he had a good relationship with Brady and Belichick. If you're going to carry two backup QB's you want one young guy to develop and one veteran who could hold the fort if need be. So why Huard over Feely? You'd want to give most of the 2nd team reps to the young prospect (Hoyer) which means the 3rd guy will hardly ever get any practice reps. That would pretty much cancel out Feely's value. He would need more practice time than Huard b/c he doesn't know the system. Feely's looked good in Philly b/c he's so familiar with the system. Put him in a new system and he's going to have a much longer learning curve. Whereas Huard can pretty much come in on day one and provide a sense of security that he could fill in if needed. I'm sure he'd have some rust but he'd still be light years ahead of where Feely would be.