About Matt Cordon

Blogging impatiently about the Cowboys since 2006. Being a fan since 1977 hasn't required quite as much patience.
Website: http://www.knowyourdallascowboys.com
Matt Cordon has written 1575 articles so far, you can find them below.

Clip: Mr. Romo at the Super Bowl

Found this comforting clip of a Tony Romo interview in Miami. I thought for a moment that he had lost his touch in referring generally to the second person, but alas, he came through with, “Sometimes you can’t really learn things until you go through them and experience them….” Please feel free to insert a […]

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More Talent Than We Knew? Probably Not.

We learned today that Cowboys center Andre Gurode was named to the Pro Bowl, replacing Olin Kreutz of the Chicago Bears. That means that seven members of a 9-7 Cowboys team are going to Hawaii. Gurode is one of four players making his first Pro Bowl appearance, along with Tony Romo, Mat McBriar and DeMarcus […]

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Cowboys’ All-Time Record vs. Eventual Super Bowl Winners

Mickey Spagnola reminded us today that the Cowboys were the first team to beat the Super Bowl Champion Indianapolis Colts this season. This marks the first time in 10 seasons that the Cowboys have defeated the eventual Super Bowl champion and led me to wonder what the Cowboys all-time record in this obscure category might […]

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Michael Irvin Videos, and So Forth

Michael Irvin on Saturday became the tenth member of the Dallas Cowboys organization to join the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He joins Tom Landry, Tex Schramm, Roger Staubach, Bob Lilly, Tony Dorsett, Mel Renfro, Randy White, Rayfield Wright, and Troy Aikman in Canton. Here is his acceptance speech– And a great highlight film: There […]

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Know Your Bossier-Shreveport Battlewings?

It’s been a couple of weeks since the highly anticipated launch of Know Your Dallas Desperados site (eight visitors a day! a total of 141 visitors since launch! I am personally 120 of those visitors!). And today I received something of a gift: a grand idea for an AF2 blog, Know Your Bossier-Shreveport Battlewings! Why? […]

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Should We Approach Gary Fencik?

So now that Jerry is extending the coaching search to last until after the Super Bowl, I offer these very random thoughts about the combination of geniuses and the former members of the 1985 Chicago Bears. (a) We didn’t have the luck for which we had hoped (note I didn’t say failure this time) with […]

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Surprisingly High Level of Support for Singletary

I was going to lay off this subject, but I was a little bit surprised by the results of a poll on the Dallas Cowboys Fan Zone regarding who should be head coach. After 92 votes in what I would imagine is not a proper sampling, here are the results: Mike Singletary: 51.1% Norv Turner: […]

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Tony Romo Vids: The Good and the Botched

As a Baylor employee, I should be far more excited that Mike Singletary is interviewing with the Cowboys. But other than the speculation, I’ll wait for commentary until after I hear an announcement. Here is the story from the official site. Oops. I just said I was a Baylor employee. Next thing you know, I’ll […]

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When Journalists Become Bored

I have apparently agreed one time too many with Jean-Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News, for today I read his piece about how Jerry Jones should be coach three times before realizing that there may not be a punch line. There’s just no good way to spin Norv Turner’s 58-82-1 coaching record. None of […]

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Would “The Glare” Help as Head Coach?

Just read about yet another interviewee as head coach of the Cowboys. The Cowboys have confirmed that Mike Singletary, Hall of Fame linebacker and 49ers assistant head coach the past two years, will interview for the Cowboys’ vacant head coaching job Tuesday. Singletary, of course, played at Baylor and was a member of the Chicago […]

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