One week after his best game of the season, Green Bay Packers allocated quarterback Scott McBrien had perhaps his worst game of the NFL Europe season in a 24-15 loss to the Berlin Thunder Saturday at Olympia Stadion.
McBrien again played the entire game, but was just 7-of-24 passing for 120 yards with one touchdown and one interception. He also lost two fumbles.
Here is a roundup of how the players allocated by Green Bay performed over the weekend:
at Berlin Thunder 24, Rhein Fire 15 (May 14)
Scott McBrien, QB, Rhein Fire - started at QB
Chris Day, S, Rhein Fire - substitute
Steve Morley, G, Rhein Fire, started at LG
Doug Sims, DT, Rhein Fire - substitute
Joe Quinn, G, Rhein Fire - on injured reserve
Joseph Hayes, G, Berlin Thunder - on injured reserve
McBrien was 7 of 24 for 120 yards, 1 touchdowns, and one interception. He was sacked once for a loss of 8 yards and finished with a passer rating of 44.4.
Day had two kickoff returns for 30 yards, one tackle on defense, and one special teams tackle for the Fire.
at Hamburg Sea Devils 30, Amsterdam Admirals 24 (May 14)
John Garrett, LB, Amsterdam Admirals - not on game day roster
B.J. Sander, P, Hamburg Sea Devils
Nick McNeil, LB, Hamburg Sea Devils - started at MLB
Shawn Morgan, LB, Hamburg Sea Devils - substitute at LB
Art Smith, CB, Hamburg Sea Devils - on Sea Devils practice squad
Sander punted once for 48 yards.
McNeil led the Sea Devils with 9 tackles, and also had one sack, and one special teams tackle.
Morgan had three tackles for the Sea Devils.
at Franfurt Galaxy 20, Cologne Centurions 17 (May 14)
Wendell Williams, S, Cologne Centurions - on injured reserve
Sam Breeden, WR, Frankfurt Galaxy - started at WR
Jamal Jones, WR, Frankfurt Galaxy - started at WR
Seante Williams, DE, Frankfurt Galaxy - started at RDE
Kelvin Kight, WR, Frankfurt Galaxy - on injured reserve
Breeden had no catches.
Seante Williams had five tackles and one sack.
Jones led Frankfurt with five catches for 66 yards.
NFL Europe standings