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Week 5 Seahawks at Bengals: 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.

In NES land, the Bengals are sitting at 4-0. Last week we watched the Bengals top the Chiefs with a single field goal being the only score of the game, in Tecmo World that is. I hope there is more action this week as the Seahawks take the cross country trip to Cincinnati. Let's see how it is going to play out, according to Tecmo Bowl.

The Seahawks start with the football and easily move into field goal range.

It is a long attempt, but Seattle elects to try anyway.

The kick sails wide right.

The Bengals start off throwing the football and Andy Dalton finds A.J. Green for a huge gain.

When faced with short yardage situations, Jeremy Hill gets the call. He picks up a tough first down for Cincinnati.

Then Dalton finds Green for the touchdown.

Seattle is having trouble finding any rhythm in their passing game.

At the end of the first quarter, the Bengals lead the Seahawks 7 - 0.

Geno Atkins opens the second quarter with a drive killing sack.

Seattle is forced to another field goal try.

This time, the kick finds the mark and Seattle is on the board.

The Seahawks get in on the sack game as Ahtyba Rubin gets to Dalton.

The Bengals are forced to punt.

The punt returner for Seattle has trouble holding on to the ball and the Bengals Ryan Hewitt recovers.

Disaster strikes as the Bengals are going in for the score and Dalton is picked off in the end zone.

Russell Wilson finds Jimmy Graham wide open and the Seahawks are on the move in Bengals territory.

Wilson finds Jermaine Kearse to finish the drive with a touchdown.

With time winding down in the first half, A.J. Green finds space and Dalton hits him on a long throw.

However he is tackled at the seven yard line with no time left on the clock.

At the half, Seattle leads Cincinnati 10 - 7.

The Bengals quickly go three and out to start the second half and are forced to punt.

Seattle is beginning to find rhythm. First downs come from the running game and the the passing game.

Jimmy Graham makes a good run after the catch to find the end zone and Seattle scores again.

Dalton goes back to the well and finds Green for another long gain.

At the end of the third, Seattle leads Cincinnati 17 - 7.

Bruce Irvin tries to ensure the Bengals can not do much in the 4th quarter as he sacks Dalton.

For some strange reason, the Bengals elect to go for it on 4th and 19 trailing 10.

The Bengals come up about 7 yds short and the ball goes back to Seattle.

Marshawn Lynch cranks out yds as the Seahawks attempt to put this game away.

Geno Atkins records another sack, but time is ticking away and so are the Bengals chances to come back in this game.

The Seahawks try and make it a 13 point difference with a field goal.

Once again, the kick misses wide right.

The Bengals begin their hope for comeback with back to back running plays.

Then Marvin Jones makes a diving catch for a Cincinnati first down.

Bruce Irvin sacks Dalton once again.

Then on the next play, Dalton finds Green to make it a 3 point difference.

Time runs out on the Bengals hope for a comeback and they drop their first game of the season with a final score of Seattle 17, Cincinnati 14.