In the week two Monday night tilt, we find the Philadelphia Eagles taking on the Indianapolis Colts. The Eagles look to continue their winning ways against a Colts team that looks to notch their first win of the season. It should be a good game. Let's turn to Tecmo to predict the outcome.
The Eagles win the coin flip and elect to receive the football. After the drive stalls around the 45 yd line, Cody Parkey tries for the long field goal.
The Colts answer quickly with a long touchdown to Hakeem Nicks.
At the end of the first quarter, the Colts are on top 7 - 3.
To start the second, Nick Foles forces a pass and it is intercepted by the Colts. The running game for the Colts kicks in as Trent Richardson picks up huge chunks of yards.
The Eagles defense stays strong as Trent Cole sacks Andrew Luck and forces a field goal attempt.
Adam Vinatieri is good.
The Colts also begin to pressure the quarterback as Jerrell Freeman gets a sack. The Eagles also try for a long field goal.
The kick misses right as the first half comes to a close.
The Colts start with the football in the second half and Andrew Luck promptly throws it to an Eagles player for the interception.
The next series of plays is a little tough to follow. Jeremy Maclin fumbles the ball and the Colts recover. On their first play, the Colts' Trent Richardson fumbles and the ball is recovered by Mychal Kendricks.
LeSean McCoy makes this one count as he runs the ball in for the score. At the end of 3 the score is tied at 10 a piece.
The fourth quarter starts off with another long pass to Hakeem Nicks for a touchdown.
The Eagles answer right back with a touchdown of their own to Maclin.
With time winding down, the Colts find Nicks once again for the score.
It was quite a back and fourth game with two closely matched teams. In the end, the Colts pull out the win at home.