Meanwhile, Packers punter B.J. Sander averaged 46.7 yards on three punts, and the Hamburg Sea Devils edged the Frankfurt Galaxy, 17-15. Hamburg finished 5-5, the best record by an NFL Europe club in its first year.
Here is a roundup of how the players allocated by Green Bay performed over the weekend:
at Rhein Fire 27, Amsterdam Admirals 14 (June 4)
Scott McBrien, QB, Rhein Fire - started at QB
Chris Day, S, Rhein Fire - substitute
Steve Morley, G, Rhein Fire, substitute at LG
Doug Sims, DT, Rhein Fire - substitute
Joe Quinn, G, Rhein Fire - on injured reserve
John Garrett, LB, Amsterdam Admirals - not on game day roster
McBrien passed for 176 yards (14 of 24) and one touchdown. McBrien was sacked once for a loss of 8 yards, and he finished with a passer rating of 95.1.
Day had three kickoff returns for 49 yards (16.3 yard avg.). He also had two tackles on defense and one pass defensed.
at Hamburg Sea Devils 17, at Frankfurt Galaxy 15 (June 4)
B.J. Sander, P, Hamburg Sea Devils
Nick McNeil, LB, Hamburg Sea Devils - started at MLB
Shawn Morgan, LB, Hamburg Sea Devils - started at WLB
Art Smith, CB, Hamburg Sea Devils - on Sea Devils practice squad
Jamal Jones, WR, Frankfurt Galaxy - started at WR
Seante Williams, DE, Frankfurt Galaxy - started at RDE
Sam Breeden, WR, Frankfurt Galaxy - substitute at WR
Kelvin Kight, WR, Frankfurt Galaxy - on injured reserve
Sander averaged 46.7 yards on three punts. His longest punt of the day was 50 yards.
McNeil had three tackles, and two special teams tackles.
Morgan had four tackles.
Seante Williams had three tackles and two sacks for a loss of 16 yards.
Jones had no catches.
Breeden had one catch for 34 yards.
Cologne Centurions 17, at Berlin Thunder 13 (June 5)
Wendell Williams, S, Cologne Centurions - on injured reserve
Joseph Hayes, G, Berlin Thunder - on injured reserve
NFL Europe standings
Berlin 7 3 0
Amsterdam 6 4 0
Cologne 6 4 0
Hamburg 5 5 0
Frankfurt 3 7 0
Rhein 3 7 0