NFL Europe Review: Week 7

The chances of the Bears allocated players making the 53-man roster were always slim, but the defensive draft only decreased the odds. However, that won't stop the players from trying to impress.

Amsterdam Admirals 18, Hamburg Sea Devils 17
CB Abraham Elimimian, who has started all seven games at cornerback for Amsterdam, finished with four tackles and two special teams stops in the win over Hamburg. LB Jeremy Cain posted five tackles and one special teams stop. WR Craig Bragg caught three passes for 37 yards.

Hamburg CB Willie Amos came up with three tackles, a pass break-up and a special teams stop. LB Justin Smith came on in reserve duty.

Amsterdam, 6-1, won their sixth straight game to maintain a one-game lead for the top record in NFL Europe. Hamburg, 0-6-1, remains the only team in the league without a victory

Frankfurt Galaxy 17, Cologne Centurions 10
Despite the absence of Qasim Mitchell, Frankfurt has been able to put together a four-game winning streak to improve to 5-2.

Reserve LB Josh Dean had three tackles in a losing effort for the Centurions, who are 2-5.

Rhein Fire 27, Berlin Thunder 24
Rhein, 5-2, bounced back from a loss to Amsterdam last week to stay within one game of Amsterdam.

QB B.J. Symons didn't play for the Thunder, who dropped to 2-4-1.

Week 8 will see Cologne at Amsterdam, Rhein travel to Frankfurt and Berlin will host Hamburg.

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