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Week 14 Pittsburgh Steelers 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 weekend's game is big. For Cincinnati, they can button up the division. For Pittsburgh, they can keep their playoff hopes alive. There is no love lost between these two fan bases. I was particularly excited to see what Tecmo thinks will happen in this game.

The Steelers start with the football and look to move the ball with the running game.

First down after first down, the Steelers are moving the ball at will.

Once the Steelers get into the red zone, the Bengals' defense tightens.

Cincinnati holds Pittsburgh to a field goal try. The kick is good.

The Bengals on the other hand look to attack through the air. On their first pass attempt, A.J. Green breaks free from the Steelers defense. One play, one score.

Now the Steelers pick on the Bengals corners. Antonio Brown breaks free for a huge gain.

At the end of the first, the Bengals lead 7-3.

It didn't take much, but DeAngelo Williams easily scores to start the second quarter.

On the ensuing kickoff, the Bengals lose Brandon Tate to an injury.

But, the Bengals' passing game is on fire.

Andy Dalton finds Green for their second touchdown of the game.

In what has become an aerial display, Ben Roethlisberger connects to Markus Wheaton for a long touchdown.

The Bengals finally have an extended drive and need to work hard to move the ball down the field.

With little time left in the half, the Bengals attempt a field goal.

It's good.

At the half, the Bengals and Steelers are tied at 17 each.

The Bengals open the second half with the ball and the Steelers Ryan Shazier gets to Dalton for a sack.

The Bengals are forced to their first punt of the game.

Michael Johnson gets to Ben Roethlisberger for a sack that stops the Steelers drive.

Pittsburgh punts.

The Bengals again move the ball in small chunks.

However, Jeremy Hill fumbles the football and it is scooped up by Lawrence Timmons.

The turnover hurts as the Steelers score right away.

At the end of the third, the Steelers lead 24-17.

Jeremy Hill breaks free on a long gain for the Bengals.

Green is left alone and trots in for the tying score.

This game is taken over by the offenses. Antonio Brown again makes a great catch for a big gain.

Williams finishes the drive for another score.

With very little time left, Marvin Jones breaks free to tie the game for the Bengals.

Geno Atkins sacks Ben to end the game in a tie.

We go to overtime.

The Steelers win the toss and elect to receive.

Atkins again tries to end the Steelers threat.

But, Brown somehow gets open and puts the Steelers in field goal range.

The Steelers are going to kick the ball for the win.

WooHoo, the kick is blocked.

Vontaze Burfict scoops up the football and returns it to put the Bengals in great field position.

Another first down puts the Bengals in position for a chip shot field goal.

The Bengals are going to kick.

It's good!

The Bengals win. WhoDey!