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Week 9 Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati 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.

This Thursday night the Cleveland Browns come into town to face the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday Night Football. The Bengals look to keep their unblemished record intact in another important division game. The Browns would love nothing more than to knock off the undefeated Bengals. Tecmo has correctly predicted wins six out of seven times this season; here is what the NES thinks will happen in this game.

The Bengals begin the game by kicking to the Browns. From the start, the Bengals defense is relentless. Geno Atkins brings down Johnny Manziel for a sack.

The Browns offense struggles to move the ball at all and they are forced to punt.

The Bengals decide to begin the game by attacking on the ground. Jeremy Hill has no issue finding large chunks of yards.

Andy Dalton then finds A.J. Green in the endzone for a Bengals touchdown.

The Bengals kick off team pins the Browns deep on their own side of the field. The Bengals defense rises to the challenge. Vontaze Burfict pulls down Manziel for the safety.

On the Bengals next drive, Jeremy Hill gets injured on a tackle and is forced to leave the game.

The Bengals offense continues to roll, gaining a first down on the ground.

At the end of the first quarter, the Bengals are on top 9 - 0.

The Bengals open the second quarter with a field goal try.

It's good!

The defense gets right back to work. Another sack for Geno Atkins.

As Cleveland's offense continues to struggle, they are forced to punt again.

Dalton and the Bengals find room in the passing game. Green takes another big pass to the house.

The Browns answer with a first down of their own. Perhaps they will find some momentum?

Adam Jones intercepts the next pass from Manziel and the Bengals have the ball again.

With less than 10 seconds left in the half, the Bengals air it out some more. Green again does his thing and scores for the Bengals.

At the half Cincinnati is up big, 26 - 0.

The Bengals start with the football but fumble during a hand off.

The ball is picked up by Cleveland's Pierre Desir and taken all the way for the score. Cleveland is on the board.

On the ensuing kickoff return, Brandon Tate fumbles and again Cleveland recovers.

The Browns get their second touchdown from running back Isaiah Crowell.

However, the Bengals are able to block the extra point try.

The Bengals decide enough is enough and again find the touchdown in the passing game.

The Browns offense is also moving the ball. They position themselves well to try and earn another score.

The drive stalls and they try another field goal.

This one sails wide right.

At the end of the third, the Bengals hold a comfortable lead, 33 - 13.

In what is a disturbing trend, the Bengals fumble the ball again.

Once again the Browns recover.

Cleveland does what Cleveland does and gifts the ball back to the Bengals with a poorly thrown interception.

The Bengals look to eat up clock in the running game and earn a first down.

Then Giovani Bernard finds a crease and takes a run to the endzone.

For good measure, Vontaze Burfict enjoys his second sack of the day.

Facing a 4th and 20, the Browns try and convert the first down.

They fail.

To add icing to the cake, Green catches another Dalton pass and trots in for the score.

The Bengals route the Browns on Thursday night with a final score of 47 - 13.