NFL Europe Review: Week 10

While the World Bowl match-up had been set a week earlier, the regular season came to a close with one Bear saving his best for last.

Greg White has been among the league leaders in sacks all season. The right end had four QB takedowns entering the season finale against Berlin. He added three more to the total by game's end, which gave him 7 for the season and the league's sack crown. He also led Cologne with eight tackles (6 solo).

Cologne sent Berlin to the World Bowl on a losing note. A 17-13 victory for the Centurions assured them of a winning season at 6-4.

In Hamburgh, the Sea Devils finished the campaign with a 17-15 victory over Frankfurt.

Ryan Dinwiddie threw for 60 yards on 6-of-10 passing. Teammate Zack Abron rushed for 41 yards on 11 carries.

The Galaxy's Cliff Washburn started at left tackle for the sixth time in seven games.

For a second straight week, the Rhein Fire pulled off an upset. This time taking down the World Bowl bound Amsterdam Admirals by the score of 27-14.

Placekicker Nicholas Setta connected on field goals of 32 and 43 yards.

Bryan Anderson joined center A.J. Ricker in the starting lineup at left guard for the first time all season. The duo helped the ground game to rush for 162 yards on 38 carries and two touchdowns.

Kurt Kittner played three quarters for the Admirals and finished with a 38.8 quarterback rating. He was picked for the eleventh time on the season and passed for 85 yards on 10-of-21 attempts.

Derrick Ballard, a ten-game starter at weak-side linebacker, had two tackles.

The World Bowl match-up between Berlin and Amsterdam will take place on June 11th in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The two teams met twice during the regular season with each side winning at home.

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