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 1572 articles so far, you can find them below.

Sixteen Long Years Ago: Dallas vs. Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XXX

The Cowboys have not won a Super Bowl in 16 years, marking the longest drought in franchise history.

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Jason Witten Left Off the All-Any-Era Team

ESPN did not include Jason Witten on the list of players who would have excelled during any era. That is nonsense.

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DeMarcus Ware Makes the All-Any-Era Team

DeMarcus Ware made ESPN’s list of players who would have excelled during any NFL era.

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Immediate Future of the Cowboys: Dallas Morning News vs. ESPN Dallas

Consider two pieces published today, including one in the Dallas Morning News and another at ESPN Dallas.

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Several Parallels Between Bill Belichick and Tom Landry, Including Super Bowl Appearances

Consider a few parallels between New England’s Bill Belichick and Dallas’ Tom Landry.

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Dallas Cowboys News: Jason Garrett’s Play-Calling Duties and Swapping Tackles

See the top headlines about the Dallas Cowboys.

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Cowboys Don’t Want Jason Garrett to Match Jeff Fisher’s Record with the Oilers and Titans

There are already parallels between the coaching careers of Jeff Fisher and Jason Garrett. The Cowboys just want Garrett to do much more than Fisher ever has.

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Recurrent Theme for the Dallas Cowboys: So Close, Yet So Far Away

For the fourth time in five seasons, Dallas fans get to watch an NFC Championship Game with the thought that the team could be competing for the conference title. Instead, Cowboys followers put on faces of resignation and repeat—so close, yet so far away.

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Dallas Cowboys Story Line for January 14

Review several of the Dallas Cowboys stories of the week.

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Goodbye to Hudson Houck, Dave Campo, and Hanging on to the 1990s

Hudson Houck and Dave Campo served the Cowboys well, but the team’s success with those coaches came in the 1990s and not in recent seasons.

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