Before Zeke was suspended, these were Dak’s numbers over the first eight games: Total Yards - 2,013 Total TDS - 20 Interceptions - 4 Project those stats over an entire season: Total Yards - 4,026 Total TDs - 40 Interceptions - 8 Compare that to his rookie year: Total Yards - 3,949 Total TDs - 29 Interceptions - 4 So even with some early struggles from the offensive line and a worsening connection with Dez, Dak’s trajectory was pointing way up. So had Dak & Zeke played the entire season together, we’d be talking about what a monster year Dak just had. If you take away his best weapon, injure his best offensive lineman [and do nothing to compensate for it] and leave him with receivers who struggle to get open, your QB is bound to struggle. But since Zeke will be playing a full season next year and the front office is using draft picks to make the offense “Dak friendly”, we have absolutely no reason to believe his trajectory won’t go back to pointing up. Dak is the man and we’re fortunate to have him.