NFL Europe Review: Week 4

As the Bears begin their off-season program at Halas Hall, players across the pond continue to gain experience on the field.

Amsterdam Admirals 38, Berlin Thunder 31
For the second straight week, the Admirals put up 38 points in a victory and moved to 3-1 on the season.

WR Craig Bragg caught one pass for 18 yards for Amsterdam. CB Abraham Elimimian, who has started all four games at cornerback, finished with two tackles and two special teams stops in the win over Berlin. LB Jeremy Cain continues to be used a reserve role and posted three tackles.

Berlin QB B.J. Symons didn't throw a pass for the Thunder, as they dropped to 1-2-1.

Rhein Fire 31, Hamburg Sea Devils 21
A week after Hamburg CB Willie Amos came up with his first interception of the season, he posted one tackle and a special teams stop. Teammate LB Justin Smith mirrored those numbers, but it wasn't enough, as the Sea Devils remain the only team in NFL Europe without a victory at 0-3-1.

Stephen Larsen started the first two games of the season at weak-side linebacker for the Fire, but hasn't suited up in the past two games. Still Rhein has marched to a 4-0 start.

Frankfurt Galaxy 21, Cologne Centurions 14
After being used as a reserve in Week 3, Qasim Mitchell found his way back into the starting lineup at left guard for Frankfurt. He helped the Galaxy rush for 186 yards on 39 carries, while not surrendering a sack and evening their mark at 2-2.

Reserve LB Josh Dean had his best game of the season in a losing effort for the Centurions, who are 1-3. He had an interception, pass break-up and two tackles.

The midpoint of the regular season will see Rhein at Amsterdam, Frankfurt traveling to Hamburg and Berlin hosting Cologne.

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