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NFL Draft 2009 Review: QBs Rhett Bomar, Nate Davis, Mike Teel

Fifth and sixth round QBs never pan out do they?  Sometimes they do, sometimes.

Rhett Bomar, New York Giants -- He was an All-Big 12 quarterback as a redshirt freshman at Oklahoma before team violations made him transfer to Sam Houston State.  Man, you gotta be doing some crazy stuff to get booted out of Oklahoma.  Everybody forgot about him at SHS until now, when he was drafted by the Giants.  No fantasy value unless the Giants cut David Carr loose.

Nate Davis, San Francisco -- The Forty Niners have a ton of QBs and none of them have been named the starter, which isn't a good thing for Mr. Davis.  I'd be surprised if he was still on the team when training camp broke.

Mike Teel, Seattle -- Now here's an interesting situation.  Matt Hasselbeck isn't the most reliable QB in the league (though he's supposedly healthy now).  Backup QB Seneca Wallace put together an impressive 11TD/3 INT performance filling in last year, but the Seahawks aren't comfortable with him.   Enter Mike Teel, the Rutgers University QB who threw for 20 TDs and 5 INTs in his final five games last season.  Teel is clearly the future for Seattle (right now at least) and he has a decent chance to see the field some time this season.  He's not worth drafting now but he's a great choice to stash away for 2010 or 2011.