This is it, real live football. The Bengals travel to the windy city to face the Chicago Bears in what looks to be a matchup of two very good defenses. Lets see what Tecmo thinks the outcome of the game will be.
The Bears defense came to play with Henry Melton recording a sack. However, Dalton finds Orson Charles out of the backfield for the first score of the season.
Jay Cutler finds Brandon Marshall down the sideline for a long TD catch. At the end of one it is all tied up 7-7.
On the first play of the second quarter, Dalton throws his second interception of the day. When the Bears try to capitalize, they lose Matt Forte for the game.
The Bears are able to move the ball with a big pass play to Earl Bennett but the drive stalls thanks to Vontaze Burfict.
The Bears attempt a field goal and miss wide right.
The Bengals are on a roll. After a touchdown pass to Mohamed Sanu, they force the Bears to punt.
The Bears defense holds the Bengals and Giovani Bernard is lost to injury.
At the half the Bengals lead 14-7.
The Bears are forced to a field goal try and this time they connect to make it a 4 point game.
The Bengals move the ball well and just before the end of the third quarter, Benjarvis Green-Ellis is able to bust one into the endzone to put the Bengals up 21 - 10.
The Bengals again force the Bears to a field goal try and again they miss. This time wide left.
Andy Dalton hooks up with A.J. Green to really put the hurt on the Bears. Green is wide open and strolls into the endzone.
Ballgame, the first win of the season. WhoDey.