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Preseason Week 4 Colts vs Bengals: Tecmo Bowl Futures

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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 final week in the preseason is here, where the starters sit and the bubble players leave it all on the field. There is no warm up for Tecmo, she is in mid-season form. So be ready for all the starters to play the entire game in this week's edition.

The Bengals start with the football and on the first play from scrimmage, Andy Dalton finds Marvin jones for the touchdown.

The Colts first possession is not so smooth. Andrew Luck struggles and the running game sputters. They do however get into field goal range.

The kick is good.

Once again, Dalton wastes little time and finds Jones for a long score.

The Bengals defense attempts to back up the offense as Carlos Dunlap gets to Luck for the sack.

In typical fashion, Luck finds his new favorite target in Andre Johnson for the long score.

At the end of 1 the Bengals lead 14 - 10.

After a very nice pass to A.J. Green, the Bengals offense fizzles. Vontae Davis sacks Dalton to end the drive. The Bengals are forced to punt.

The Colts answer quickly with a Luck to Donte Moncrief touchdown pass.

The Bengals can't seem to do anything on offense as the second quarter closes out.

At the half, the Colts lead 17 - 14. That changes quickly as Andre Johnson finds the endzone for his second touchdown of the day.

The Bengals need an answer and go to their playmakers. A.J. Green breaks free and takes a Dalton pass to the house.

Geno Atkins becomes a huge disruption and the Colts are force to kick the ball back to the Bengals.

Marvin Jones continues his big day with another touchdown catch to give the Bengals the lead.

Geno Atkins tries to keep the scoreboard in the Bengals favor by sacking Luck again.

At the end of three, the Bengals lead the Colts 28 - 24.

It changes in an instant as Johnson finds the endzone yet again.

On the ensuing kick return,. the Bengals lose Brandon Tate to injury.

The loss of Tate must be heavy on the minds of the Bengals offense, as they fail to move the ball out of the shadow of their own endzone and are forced to punt.

The Colts look to put the game away with a touchdown, but again, Atkins stops the drive.

The Colts attempt to add to their lead and try a field goal. The kick sails through with no issues. The Bengals have one minute of game left to make their last ditch attempt.

Somehow, someway, A.J. Green finds daylight and Dalton puts the ball in the perfect spot. The Bengals score the go ahead touchdown as time ends for the game.

In an exciting finish, the Bengals win with a final score of 35 - 34.