Hill or Smith.
However, I don't think it really matters until our OL and RB's improve their pass protection. We were starting a third string RT yesterday (Snyder was out, and Smith looks to be retired), Chilo struggled at both run and pass blocking, Ware collapsed the pocket way too often against Staley, and both Coffee and Robinson were destroyed by Spencer in one-on-one blocking matchups.
The team has to regroup, and figure out how to protect the edges, or good pass rushing teams are going to whack us all year.
So, to me, it doesn't matter who we have at QB right now.
P.S. As for Davis, I'm going to take a wild guess and say that 75% of the board will demand that Davis starts right away. I thought he looked very good at times yesterday, and at other times, looked like a rookie. He's still got a long ways to go, and playing against first stringers like Ware, Spencer, Ratliff, Newman, and others is quite different than against many who will not be in the league in two weeks.
However, two good back-to-back games is never a bad thing.
One final note: There is a fine line between hero and goat as an NFL QB. If that Brown kid picks Davis near the goal line on the last drive, the movement to elevate Davis by many on the board would take a big hit. Instead of winning the game, he would have lost the game. The Cowboys kick the field goal, and win. Or, on the next play, if Brown is listening only ten feet away from the Cowboys' sideline, as they were screaming "Pass" on the pass interference penalty.
So, while Davis has surely outperformed expectations as a rookie against backups the past two weeks, he's still a long way off. I hope that board delirium does not go out of control this week.
[ Edited by MadDog49er on Aug 30, 2009 at 9:38 AM ]