Brennen Warner

  • joined Jan 24, 2012
  • last login Oct 29, 2013
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Love the Bengals and all things NFL, scouting, fantasy, roster... Currently a student at the University of Virginia. Also support the Reds, but I wouldn't call myself a true fan. Denver Nuggets Fan.

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Film Room: Bengals Surge To 14-0 Lead Against Pack

We take a look at the first quarter of the Packers-Bengals game, where things looked very good for the Bengals. They used tough running and short throws with great runs after the catch to take an early 14-0 lead.

Instant Reaction: Cowboys 24, Bengals 18


The Bengals didn't play well in their third preseason game. Dallas chose to keep their starters in longer than the Bengals, which exposed a few Bengals backup players in the process.

Camp Takeaways: The Amazing Mike Zimmer Defense


Mike Zimmer is one hell of a defensive coordinator. It doesn't matter which players he's been given to work with, he makes his defense an annual top ten unit. Now, he finally has the players he needs to execute his vision- a brilliant masterpiece.

Bengals Jump Up To No. 6 In Latest Power Rankings


It's been a long time since the Bengals have legitimately been involved in Super Bowl discussions in the summer. With an undeniably talented and deep roster, the Bengals are starting to get love from analysts around the league.

Camp Takeaway No.1: 3-Man Race For Starting Safety


The Bengals have been trying to find a starter next to Reggie Nelson for years. Last year, they tried four different players with little success. The battle in 2013 is between George Iloka, Taylor Mays, and Shawn Williams.

Top Ten Keys: No. 4 Finding A No. 2 Receiver


Last season, the Bengals tried out five different players as the second starting receiver. Some players had their moments but, at the end of the day, it wasn't a successful strategy. Not one of these five players recorded more than twenty receptions.

Top-Ten Keys: No. 5 Continuing To Rush The Passer


It's no secret that the defensive line was the heart of the Bengals defense last year. They finished third in the league with 51 sacks, led by Geno Atkins (12.5), Michael Johnson (11.5), Carlos Dunlap (6.0), and Wallace Gilberry (6.5).

Tape Breakdown: Carlos Dunlap's Bull Rush


On Monday, the Bengals rewarded defensive end Carlos Dunlap with a five-year extension worth $40 million. Dunlap has already shown a lot of promise and talent, but he still hasn't hit his ceiling. In this article, I breakdown his bull rush move.

Tape Breakdown: Dalton Does It Again In KC


Quarterback Andy Dalton had his share of ups and downs during his second season in the NFL. In the Chiefs game, Dalton had two great throws that showed his upside. This is the second.

Tape Breakdown: Boom Herron Tips 2 Punts In A Game


Daniel "Boom" Herron wasn't activated until the thirteenth game of the year. In his debut, he made a huge impact on special teams by tipping two punts.

Bengals Rookies Underrated In Offensive ROY Talk


TE Tyler Eifert and RB Giovani Bernard were each first at their position to be drafted, but the media and fans nationwide don't rate them highly in the Offensive Rookie Of the Year discussion.

Top Plays of 2012: Dalton's Dime Against KC


Quarterback Andy Dalton had his share of ups and downs during his second season in the NFL. In the Chiefs game, Dalton had two great throws that showed his upside. This is the first.

Leon Hall Lands Sixth On PFF's Top 10 Cornerbacks


Hall may not be a household name, but his year to year consistency earned him a spot on Pro Football Focus' Top Ten Cornerbacks of the last five years.

Megatron On The Biggest Thing He Likes About AJ


Calvin Johnson and AJ Green. They have more than a few mutual connections.

Examining Why The Bengals Chose To Do Hard Knocks


Some might say that HBO's Hard Knocks series is a distraction to the players. So why would the Bengals bring the attention and scrutiny onto a young team?

Andy Dalton 2012 Highlights


The only Andy Dalton 2012 highlight video on the web. Watch in 480p for best quality.

Brandon Tate Is A "Virtual Lock" Until Challenged


Brandon Tate has been returning punts and kickoffs for the Bengals for the past two years. His punt return average (10.1) ranks first in franchise history, but that doesn't mean Tate's returns have come without headaches and screaming at the TV.

Geno Atkins 2012 Highlights


Highlights from Geno Atkins' 2012 season. Watch in 480p for best quality. 2012 Stats: 53 tackles, 4 forced fumbles, 2 batted passes Position-Leading 12.5 sacks Position-Leading 49 QB Hurries Position-Leading 46 Stops

RB Bernard's Versatility Putting Stress On Defense


When Gio Bernard was taken as the first overall running back in the 2013 NFL Draft, it was due to two things - running ability and receiving ability.

Dalton & Green Are Excited About Tyler Eifert


Tyler Eifert wasn't expected to be on the board by the time the Bengals picked in the first round. A month later, he hasn't been in the news much, and fans haven't really talking about him.

Vontaze Burfict Rookie Highlight Video


There's not a single other highlight video of Burfict's NFL plays on the web. So I made one. Enjoy. Watch in 480p for best quality.

Dalton Lets Pressures Turn Into Sacks Too Easily


Andy Dalton has taken the Bengals to the playoffs in two consecutive seasons. But, his weaknesses have led to the demise of each season too.

Bengals Still Top 5 In Salary Cap Space


The Bengals made a major free agent move on draft day by re-signing offensive tackle Andre Smith. Now, with no major holes on the roster thanks to the draft, the Bengals have plenty of money to sign draft picks and to carry over to next year.

James Harrison: "I Feel Like I Have 3 Years Left"


Freshly signed linebacker James Harrison had a conference call today with the Cincinnati media. During the call, Harrison shed a little light on why he chose the Bengals and what he thinks he can bring to the team.

Brugler Selects Familiar Faces In Latest Mock


CBSSports' Dane Brugler has the Bengals going with another safety in the first round. Then, Brugler has Georgia Linebacker Alec Ogletree falling to pick No. 37, and finally a fan-favorite running back with pick No. 53.

2013 NFL Draft: Bengals Must Add Pass-Catching RB


The Bengals only targeted running backs 50 times last year, which was third fewest in the league. With the departure of the team's best third down back (Brian Leonard) to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Bengals must find a running back who can catch.

Regular Season Schedule To Be Release Thursday


We already know the home and away opponents, but soon we'll find out when we play them.

Eddie Lacy Holds First Workout, Runs 40 Yard Dash


Eddie Lacy has been linked to the Bengals in mock drafts throughout the winter and spring. Now with a fast forty time on record, will he go too early for the Bengals to pick him?

Bengals Take Another Safety In Rotoworld's Latest


Matt Elam, Jonathan Cyprien, Kenny Vacarro. All safeties. All potential selections at the Bengals' pick No. 21.


Mike Zimmer Runs Drills With Safety Kenny Vaccaro

Kenny Vacarro is regarded as the top overall safety in this draft class and a surefire first round pick. Watch as Mike Zimmer runs drills with Vacarro at the Texas Pro Day, as a hoard of league personnel observes in the background.

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