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Tecmo Bowl Futures - Packers Vs. Seahawks

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You can go anywhere on the web and find what the experts think the outcome of any game will be. I have my own expert. She was born in 1991 and has had my heart ever since. Her name, Tecmo Super Bowl.

Real. Live. Football. Tonight the NFL season opens up with the defending Super Bowl champs facing off against the Green Bay Packers. Once again we turn our eyes to the most sophisticated prognosticating software on the planet to predict the outcome of the game.  Enjoy.

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The game opens with a kick from Mason Crosby to the Seahawks Percy Harvin. After a decent return, the Hawks rely on their running back to move the ball down the field.

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Marshawn Lynch scores a touchdown that looked far to easy.

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Quickly the Packers answer. Aaron Rodgers finds Randall Cobb for a long touchdown.

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At the end of one the score is tied at 7 a piece.

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The Seahawks have their offense moving well. A screen pass to Lynch allows him to break free and get his second touchdown of the game.

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In an attempt to answer, Eddie Lacy fights a little to hard and coughs up the football. The Seahawks recover and look to make the turnover hurt.

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The Packers defense helps to stall the drive and Seattle is forced to attempt a field goal.

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No good.

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At the half, Seattle is on top 14 to 7.

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The Packers open the second half with the ball. They fail to do much against the Seattle defense and are forced to punt.

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Seattle matches the non-production in their next drive and punt the ball right back to Green Bay.

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This suddenly turned into a defensive battle.

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At the end of 3, Seattle still leads by a score of 14 to 7.

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The Packers begin to press and Rodgers has trouble completing passes. On a 4th down attempt, Rodgers misses his guy and the ball goes back to Seattle.

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The Seahawks make it hurt as Derrick Coleman finds the end zone for a score.

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Lacy once again has trouble holding onto the ball as the Seahawks recover another Green Bay turnover.

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A late field goal is insult to injury as the Hawks blow this game wide open.

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Your final score has the Seahawks picking up right where they left off last season. They beat the Packers 24 to 7.

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