NFL Europe Review: Week 6

The second half of the season started with a bang, as there is now a three-way tie for the league's top spot.

Amsterdam Admirals QB Kurt Kittner struggled in his first start a week ago, but made up for any jitters in a four-touchdown performance against the Frankfurt Galaxy.

Kittner threw for three scores on 20 of 31 passing for 204 yards and no interceptions. He also ran for a one-yard touchdown.

TD passes of 4 and 6 yards turned a 17-3 lead into a 31-3 route heading into the locker room at halftime.

Derrick Ballard started at weak-side linebacker and led the Admirals with four tackles. He also had his first sack of the year, while adding a special teams stop.

Cliff Washburn started at left tackle for Frankfurt in the 48-10 thrashing by Amsterdam.

Hamburg had their three-game winning streak snapped in a 24-19 loss to the Rhein Fire.

QB Ryan Dinwiddie completed 11 of 27 for 177 yards for the Sea Devils.

RB Zack Abron was held in check, as he managed just 10 yards on four carries to go with a six-yard reception.

Nicholas Setta hit from 27 yards out, but missed a 43-yard attempt wide right for Rhein.

A.J. Ricker started at center and Bryan Anderson saw time in a reserve role. They help hold the pocket as the Fire passed for 231 yards and didn't allow a sack.

A 23-17 victory over the Berlin Thunder moved Cologne into a three-way tie with for first place.

WR Jamin Elliott aided the cause his in his start of the season. He led the Centurions with 85 yards receiving on five catches, including a 56-yard gain. He also returned one kickoff for 26 yards.

Greg White took his customary start spot at right end for Cologne and finished with two tackles, one pass break-up and one special teams stop.

Week 6 Scores
Amsterdam 48, Frankfurt 10
Rhein 24, Hamburg 19
Cologne 23, Berlin 17

Week 7 Schedule
Rhein at Berlin
Amsterdam at Hamburg
Cologne at Frankfurt


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