NFL Europe Review: Week 3

The Bears will likely turn to the draft to depth at cornerback, but one of their allocations had a solid week across the pond.

Berlin Thunder 17, Hamburg Sea Devils 17
CB Willie Amos picked off Thunder starting QB Lang Campbell at the Hamburg 10-yard line on the first play of the second quarter to save a potential scoring drive. He also tied for the team lead with five tackles for the Sea Devils, deflected three passes and had a special teams stop.

Teammate LB Justin Smith contributed two tackles on defense and one on special teams.

In reserve duty, QB B.J. Symons completed just 4-12 passing for 60 yards and finished with a passer rating of 50.7.

Amsterdam Admirals 38, Frankfurt Galaxy 20
In an offensive explosion for the Admirals, WR Craig Bragg started for Amsterdam and came up with 4 receptions for 58 yards.

CB Abraham Elimimian started at cornerback for the Admirals. He finished with six tackles and a special teams tackle in the win over Frankfurt. LB Jeremy Cain continues to be used a reserve role and had a fumble recovery, a tackle on defense and special teams.

After starting the first games of the season for Frankfurt at left guard, Qasim Mitchell came in off the bench.

Rhein Fire 20, Cologne Centurions 10B Stephen Larsen, who started the first two games of the season at weak-side linebacker for the Fire, didn't suit up in Week 3.

Reserve LB Josh Dean posted a special teams tackle for the Centurions.

Week 4 will see Amsterdam at Berlin, Hamburg Sea Devils traveling to Rhein and Frankfurt hosting Cologne.

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