Tonight the Bengals face the Browns in a battle for the top of the AFC North. The Bengals have a very large streak of not losing at home in the regular season. They also have a history of not showing up in prime time games. One of these two streaks is going to end tonight. Let's look to Tecmo to see which one will end.
The Browns start with the football and Carlos Dunlap along with the rest of the Bengals defense shuts the drive down.
The Bengals receive the punt and fail to complete a pass which forces a punt back to Cleveland.
At the end of the first quarter there is still no score.
The Browns offense can not move the football and punt it right back to Cincinnati.
Jeremy Hill tries to ignite the offense, but the Browns Karlos Dansby slams the door on the drive. The Bengals need to attempt a field goal.
Thankfully, the Browns can't find any rhythm and punt back to the Bengals.
Cincinnati also can't get it together and they fail to put up any points in the first half.
At the end of the first half, there is still no score.
The speech in the locker room must have been very motivational as the Bengals come out in the second half and find the endzone on three running plays that covered 90 yds.
The Bengals defense is relentless as Brian Hoyer can not find the time to let plays develop. Cleveland once again punts to Cincinnati.
A.J. Green and Andy Dalton make it hurt as they connect on a long touchdown pass to pad the lead.
At the end of the third, the Bengals are on top 14 to 0.
The Browns offense must have stayed in Cleveland as Hoyer can't connect on a pass and Carlos Dunlap spoils the attempted 4th down conversion.
Once again Dalton hits Green to add insult to injury.
Geno Atkins seals the game with a sack.
The Bengals win big at home on the national stage 21 - 0.