Goalkeepers are lunatics. Always have been, always will be.
Let's not pretend otherwise.
He's let his head go away at Newcastle and he's suffered - as has his team. He will know this as much as anyone and he'll learn.
He's a new dad, he's 25, he's a goalkeeper, he's away at his bitterest rivals, and we were 2-0 up early enough on (and he'd "got away" with the penalty thing)
He needs a bollocking for sure but he's a good keeper and he's Everton.
Yes. He wears his heart on his sleeve, which can be a good thing if channeled properly.
The potential is tremendous, he just has to mature and learn. Also coming down off the "World Cup hero" thing is a challenge (remember Timmy Howard's season after that blinder he played against Belgium?).
In fact, might really do some good for Howard to talk to him (since Howard, in all his comments I've seen, is Everton in his heart for life).
I can't predict the future. However, I do know that, especially at this stage of the rebuild effort, I'd rather have a keeper with tremendous potential - even with the batshit antics - than a bog standard average keeper.
And be honest with yourselves - THAT is the alternative.