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Chargers 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.

The Bengals attempt to continue the momentum of last week with a visit from the San Diego Chargers. The Chargers come in boasting the top offense in the NFL after Week 1, so the Bengals may have their work cut out for them. Let's see what Tecmo Super Bowl thinks this game will look like.

The Bengals start with the ball and instantly find success through the air. Andy Dalton leads Marvin Jones and he makes a great diving catch.

Dalton then finds A.J. Green all alone in the back of the endzone and throws a strike for the score.

The Bengals defense intends to punish Philip rivers and Geno Atkins sets the tone with a sack on the first drive.

Rivers finds Keenan Allen down the sideline for a big gain.

The Bengals defense continues to pressure and blocks Rivers pass. This sets up a 4th down.

The Chargers attempt a field goal.

The field goal try is blocked! The Bengals take over.

At the end of one, the Bengals lead the Chargers 7 - 0.

Melvin Ingram gets to Andy Dalton for the sack and the Bengals offense can't do much on the drive.

Cincinnati attempts a field goal of their own.

The kick sails wide left.

On the next possession, the Chargers fumble the ball and the Bengals recover with great field position.

The offense again struggles to find rhythm and attempts another field goal.

This one bounces of the left upright and is no good.

With a good mix of running the football and passing, the Chargers easily move down the field.

Danny Woodhead finishes the drive for the Chargers with a touchdown.

At the half the game is tied at 7 a piece.

The Bengals defense starts the second half like they started the first, Atkins gets to Rivers for the sack.

The Chargers are forced to punt.

The Bengals offense continues to struggle. Dalton can't find any rhythm with his wideouts and the offensive line is struggling to pass block.

The Bengals are forced to punt the ball back to San Diego.

Now the Chargers offense begins to come alive. San Diego finds openings in the Bengals secondary and move the ball easily against Cincinnati.

Branden Oliver finishes the drive with a touchdown for the Chargers.

At the end of the third quarter, the Charges lead the Bengals 14 - 7.

Now the Bengals offense wakes up. A long pass to A.J. Green sets the team up in scoring position.

Jeremy Hill takes advantage and evens the game with a touchdown run.

Once again, Atkins gets to the quarterback to stifle a drive.

The Chargers punt the ball back to the Bengals with 3:30 left in the game.

Andy Dalton finds Marvin Jones long again and the Bengals have the chance to take control of this game.

The Dalton to Green connection is alive and the Bengals take the lead.

With less than a minute to go, somehow the Bengals leave Malcom Floyd wide open and the Chargers take advantage. The game is once again tied with seconds left.

On the last play from scrimmage, somehow A.J.Green finds himself wide open and Dalton doesn't miss. With the clock showing 0:00 the Bengals take the lead.


The Bengals win 28-21.