I'll have the crow, hold the mayo.
I underestimated how much simple confidence counts in this league. He played with competence, which is more than Croyle or Thigpen has shown this season. He made the throws when he needed to and didn't turn the ball over. That's the biggest key for this team. With some teams you can survive turnovers. Not this offense. It's part of the fundamental elements of the Herm philosophy.
He's obviously not a long term answer at 35 and yeah, he can't throw downfield. But I don't know why it matters in this offense. We're never going downfield anyway. So why not let Damon just manage the team.
I was wrong. Damon should start, even when Brodie comes back.
Until next week. :)