NFL-E Wrap: Final Packer stats
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Posted Jun 13, 2005

The NFL Europe season came down to just two teams in World Bowl XIII over the weekend. Likewise, just two Packer allocations were associated with the championship combatants. But while the Amsterdam beat the Berlin 27-21 and made NFL-E history with its first title, neither player allocated with Admirals or the Thunder were involved in the the clash.

Linebacker John Garrett was not on champion Amsterdam's game-day roster. He finished the season with six tackles (2 solo, 4 assists) and three special teams tackles. Garrett's best week of the season was in a "preview" of the World Bowl back in Week 3. Garrett contributed three tackles and two special teams tackles in Amsterdam's 31-27 win at home over the Thunder April 16. He also saw playing time in four other games, with his final appearance coming in Week 6.

Guard Joseph Hayes was unable to contribute for Berlin as he was placed on injured reserve at the beginning of the season.

Other players allocated by Green Bay fared better, even though their teams did not. Here's a list of other Packer allocations for 2005 and their final stats:

Rhein Fire

Scott McBrien, QB, 102-of-193 (52.8%) for 1,546 yards, with12 TDs, (73t long), QB rating 74.3. Chris Day, S/KR: 34 kickoff returns, 730 yards (21.5-yd. avg.), 48 long, no fair catches. 12 tackles (all solo), 3 special teams tackles, 3 passes defended.

Doug Sims, DT: 5 tackles (4 solo).

Joe Quin, G: injured reserve.

Hamburg Sea Devils

B.J. Sander, P: 30 punts for 1,200 yards (40.0 avg, 36.6 net avg.) 1 touchback, 12 inside the 20 with a long of 65 yards. Sander was the Sea Devils' lone punter.

Nick McNeil, LB: Ranked second on team with 61 tackles (46 solo), 1 sack, 2 forced fumbles, 8 special teams tackles (7 solo), 1 blocked field goal, 1 TD.

Shawn Morgan, LB: Ranked fourth on team with 35 tackles (30 solo), 1 sack, 2 passes defended, 1 forced fumble, 7 special teams tacles (5 solo).

Art Smith: practice squad.

Frankfurt Galaxy

Jamal Jones, WR/KR: 31 catches for 388 yards (12.5avg., 30 long). 5 kickoff returns for 114 yards (22.8 avg.) 34 long.

Seante Williams, DE: 25 tackles (24 solo), team-high 5 sacks (33.0 yards), 2 passes defended, 1 forced fumble, 1 interception (3 yard return). Sam Breeden, WR: 10 catches for 144 yards (14.4 avg., 34 long), 1 TD, 2 carries for 23 yards (11.5 avg., 13 long), 1 special teams tackle, 1 misc. tackle.

Kelvin Kight, WR: injured reserve.

Cologne Centurions

Wendell Williams, S: injured reserve.

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