After a dominating win on Sunday, many people wonder what the Bengals will do on Halloween to follow up their performance. I once again turn to Tecmo to simulate the Bengals Vs. The Dolphins.
The Bengals start off on defense and Carlos Dunlap is able to get to Ryan Tannehill 2 times. The D forces the Dolphins to punt.
On the Bengals first possession, Andy Dalton scrambles to the end zone for a touchdown.
Again, the Bengals defense is strong. They force some inaccurate passing from Tannehill and also Geno Atkins gets a sack. The Dolphins punt yet again.
The Bengals fail to get into the endzone on their next possession and are forced to a field goal. On the Dolphins next drive, Dunlap gets a sack behind the goal line for a safety.
At the end of one, the Bengals are on top 12 - 0.
The Dolphins finally slow the Bengals on a sack from Philip Wheeler. The Bengals punt the ball away.
Mike Wallace shows some life for the Dolphins, but Michael Johnson slams the door and forces another punt.
Giovani Bernard breaks a run and adds another score for the Bengals.
The Dolphins add a score of their own from Lamar Miller to finally get on the board.
At the half, the Bengals lead 19 - 7.
To start the second half the Bengals open up with a long pass to A.J. Green. Then a Bernard run results in a bad injury.
The Bengals still manage to find the end zone on a pass from Dalton to Green.
Some poor play from the Dolphins leaves them having to punt once again.
On the Bengals drive, Andy Dalton is forced to leave the game with an injury.
Josh Johnson comes into the game and throws a back of the end zone interception.
At the end of 3 the Bengals lead 26 - 7.
The Bengals defense is still playing lights out and record sacks from Michael Johnson and a safety for Vontaze Burfict.
Josh Johnson makes up for his earlier pick with a long pass to Green.
Some more tough defense and the Dolphins turn it over on downs.
Then A.J. Green caps off the game with another score.
The Bengals top the Dolphins 42 - 7.