Patrick writes for 106.7 The Fan after winning a contest to find D.C.’s Best Sports Blogger.
Born and raised in Montgomery County with a passion for sports and a penchant for sarcasm and diction, he found an outlet for his frustration with D.C. sports through blogging.
Like most sports writers, as a young athlete he quickly realized that his ambition far exceeded his talent so he turned his focus to critiquing athletes much more talented than himself. Inheriting the gift of gab from a large Irish family, he will bend your ear on just about any topic if you let him.
Follow him on Twitter @RubGun and email him anything your heart desires at Cannon1067@gmail.com.
‘Stop supporting Dan Snyder financially, until he demonstrates a commitment to putting the right people in place,’ writes Patrick Cannon, adding, ‘Batten down the hatches. Two more games, then the fun begins.’
This week I had planned on keeping up the tradition of grading the Redskins after each quarter of the season. When I sat down to write that article I could not wrap my mind around what had taken place since the overtime victory in Dallas on October 27th.
It has been a tough stretch these past few months for D.C. sports fans. The Nationals made a quick exit from the playoffs, the Redskins realized that their franchise QB is a bust, Bradley Beal broke his wrist, and the Capitals got off to a slow start.
Who is the answer at the quarterback position for the Redskins in 2015? Right now, the options are bleak. Let’s assess who’s best suited to run Jay Gruden’s offense in the future.
Open letter to RGIII: You are a legend only in your own mind. I tried to support you for as long as I could. I hoped against logic you would learn from your mistakes, but now I realize that is impossible.
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — You know what’s worse than losing? Helplessly watching the same story play out year after year. We are trapped in a twisted version of Groundhog Day with no Bill Murray to take […]
Grading out the Washington Redskins (3-5) organization top-to-bottom midway through its 2014 regular season campaign.
Beating sports clichés like “We didn’t lose, we just ran out of time” to death with their own stupidity.
How does the most talented team in baseball disappear in four short days? That’s the question Washington Nationals fans are left asking themselves after the team’s latest postseason letdown.
For the rest of your life, Washington D.C. may never have a better baseball team than it does now. Let that soak in for a minute.