The Bengals travel to Indianapolis to face the Colts for the second time this season. The first time was not too kind. Hopefully, the Bengals bring the running game and strong defense to Indy and leave with their first playoff win in a very long time.
Here is how Tecmo thinks the game will shake out.
The Bengals start with the football and easily move the ball through the air. The drive stalls, but the Bengals still attempt a field goal.
The kick sails wide right and is no good.
The Colts fail to do anything on their first possession and are forced to punt the ball back to the Bengals.
Andy Dalton once again leads the charge through the air. He finds Brandon Tate wide open and picks up a couple of first downs.
At the end of the first quarter, the Bengals and Colts are still scoreless.
To open the second quarter, Dalton finds Mohamed Sanu in the endzone for the touchdown.
On their second drive, the Colts easily move the ball through the air. A few first downs puts them into position for Dan Herron to run the ball in for the score.
At the half it is all tied up, 7-7.
The Colts start with the ball in the second half and easily move down the field. They fail to find the endzone and settle for a field goal try.
D'Qwell Jackson gets to Andy Dalton for the sack and the Bengals need to punt right back to the Colts.
Andrew Luck once again moves his team down the field as the quarter comes to an end.
At the end of the third, the score is still tied 7 a piece.
Luck fails to connect in the endzone and the Colts have to try a field goal.
This one is good.
The Bengals answer as Dalton hits Jermaine Gresham in the seam and he takes it 71 yds for the score.
The Bengals defense goes soft on the next drive allowing Dan Herron to break free for his second touchdown of the game.
The Bengals, Brandon Tate, fumbles the kickoff and the Colts are able to end the game with the ball.
Indy takes this one 17 - 14.