The NFL Europe League's regular season has come to a close. With Berlin and Amsterdan as the last teams standing, we take a look at the outstanding individual performances of Week Ten, as well as a season wrap-up of all Seahawks across the pond. Stay tuned later this week for a World Bowl preview!
June 7, 2005
AND then there were four. With two weeks of the regular season remaining, the field of contenders still includes a hopeful quartet. And with four clubs separated by – at most – two games, the race to clinch a spot in World Bowl XIII on Saturday, June 11 is gearing up to be one of the most exciting in league history.
May 26, 2005
After Week Eight in the NFL Europe league, the Berlin Thunder stand alone at the top. Amsterdam, Cologne and Hamburg are all fighting for second place and a chance to play in the World Bowl. Several stellar individual performances defined the week, and the competition becomes ferocious down the stretch.
May 25, 2005
Three weeks of regular season action still to be played. Four serious contenders within one game of each other at the top of the standings. Two World Bowl berths up for grabs. That's the fascinating scenario in NFL Europe as the 2005 campaign hurtles towards one of the most nailbiting finishes of all time.
May 19, 2005
With four weeks of the 2005 regular season remaining, three teams are tied at the top of the standings while another is just one game back in the race. It means the three contests taking place this weekend will be vitally important to those harboring dreams of reaching the World Bowl in Düsseldorf, Germany, on June 11.
May 12, 2005
Things are getting tight in the NFLEL, with three teams tied at the top of the standings. Berlin, the team that had sole possession of first place last week, fell to Cologne. Meanwhile, Amsterdam and Rhein took advantage of the opportunity and ascended to a mutual pole position in the race for the World Bowl.
May 9, 2005