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Week 6 Cincinnati Bengals at Buffalo Bills: Tecmo Bowl Futures

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.

The Bengals dropped a tough one to the Seattle Seahawks last week (In NES world of course) and are revved up to take on the Bills in Buffalo. The weather in reality looks to be chilly with a chance of snow, but in Tecmo land, it's always sunny and 75. Tecmo is now 4-1 at predicting the Bengals' game outcome, whereas the Bengals are 5-0 on the season. Here is this week's Bengals vs Bills game, straight from Tecmo:

The Buffalo Bills start with the football and have no issues marching down the field. With a mixture of run and pass, they find them selves in scoring position early.

The touchdown looked too easy as Tyrod Taylor finds tight end Charles Clay for the score.

The Bengals first possession starts out just as good. It looks like Cincinnati is intent on attacking through the air as Marvin Jones easily gets open.

Jones again finds space and gives the Bengals another first down.

Then Andy Dalton hits A.J. Green in stride and the Bengals answer with a touchdown of their own.

Now it is the defense's turn to shake of early jitters and shut down the Bills offense. Vincent Rey brings down Taylor fir the drive killing sack and Buffalo is forced to punt.

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

The Bengals enter the second quarter just as hot as A.J. Green creates separation and burns the Bills for a long touchdown.

However, the Bills get to the extra point try for the block and the Bengals settle for 6.

The defense continues to pressure and Geno Atkins gets a sack.

The Bills can't find rhythm with the pressure and fail to move the ball.

Once again, they punt.

Now Marvin Jones gets in on the scoring train with a long touchdown reception of his own.

With time running out in the half, the Bills attempt a long field goal.

The kick hits the upright and bounces out. No good.

At the half the Bengals are dominating in their passing game and hold a 20 - 7 lead.

The Bengals find nothing works at the beginning of the second half and are forced to punt the ball to Buffalo.

Geno Atkins continues to be a pain for Tyrod Taylor.

However, the Bills are finding just enough plays to keep their drive alive.

And then, Atkins again.

Another punt from Buffalo.

The Bills defense comes alive in the second half as Marcell Dareus brings Andy Dalton down for a sack.

The Bengals need to punt once again.

As time ended in the third quarter, Bills QB Tyrod Taylor keeps the ball and scrambles for 50 yds to the end zone.

At the end of the third the score is now 20 - 14 in favor of the Bengals.

From the shadow of his own goal post, Dalton delivers a jump ball to Marvin Jones and he makes a huge leap to make the grab.

Jeremy Hill begins to pick up momentum as he gets a first down and runs down the game clock.

Marcell Dareus once again gets to Dalton and forces the Bengals to a field goal attempt.

Mike Nugent delivers and gives Cincinnati a 9 point lead.

Geno Atkins is unstoppable as he sacks Taylor again. The Bills face a 4th and 35 from deep in their own side of the field.

Somehow, Taylor scrambles for 37 yds and converts the long 4th down.

Carlos Dunlap wants in on the sack game and helps to shut down the Bills offense.

That's the game and the Bengals win a comfortable one on the road.