The myth that he couldn’t make every throw has been completely busted. I’m so sorry, haters. I am so, SO sorry. His career completion % was 66.1 entering today. His career yards/attempt was 7.4 entering today. Both very good figures. His haters bleated all offseason that those numbers meant nothing. “EYE TEST!” “JUST WATCH THE GAMES!” “HE CAN’T THROW DEEP!” “DINK AND DAK!” Oh, and “it was just the Giants!” is not any kind of valid excuse. Dropping DIMES is dropping DIMES, no matter who’s in coverage. It’s not like he was throwing screens out there that our receivers were taking to the house. I’m sure most of his haters feel like complete dummies right about now... at least the ones who have a shred of football knowledge in their bodies. Because even if they still want to argue that Dak was “average” from 2016-18, they were also SO SURE that Dak could never take that next step. Welp, it’s early, of course... but it looks like Dak is poised to have a fantastic year in Moore’s pass-first offense. Now, if these Dak haters are true DALLAS COWBOYS fans, they’ll learn to embrace our franchise QB instead of looking to tear him down every chance they get. It takes a big man to say, “I was wrong.” I’m sure most of us will be gracious about it. I was dead wrong when I said we shouldn’t bench Drew Bledsoe for Tony Romo, because I thought we’d be throwing in the towel in 2006 by going with Romo. Whoops!