Chargers in Europe week two
Jonathan Cox
Jonathan Cox

Posted Apr 12, 2005

The Chargers are brimming with solid running backs and it appears another is coming on strong in NFL Europe, Ahmaad Galloway. Ruvell Martin scored again and Carl Morris was the offense. Jonathan Cox, however, had a tough day.

Amsterdam Admirals:

For the second week in a row, wide receiver Ruvell Martin scored the first points of the day for Amsterdam. He caught a 12-yard pass for a touchdown and ended the day with two receptions for 32 yards. He was targeted five times on the day.

Rhein Fire:

Cornerback Jonathan Cox started at right cornerback and made two tackles on the day. He was called for a five-yard unnecessary roughness penalty and a 37-yard pass interference call, which led to a touchdown on the very next play.

Tight end Danny Young is a long-snapping specialist for the Fire. The team went 1-for-2 on field goal attempts, missing a 29-yard attempt wide right and averaged 41.3 yards on four punts.

Frankfurt Galaxy:

Running back Ahmaad Galloway was handed the rock 33 times on Saturday and gained 161 yards, with a long of 31. Galloway scored from eight yards out in the third quarter, his first touchdown of the year. He also nabbed one reception for eight yards. Galloway also downed a punt.

Linebacker Howard Hodges did not start on Saturday but contributed two tackles. He was tasked with covering the opposing team’s running backs out of the backfield.

Isaiah Ross started at right guard for Frankfurt. The offensive line did not allow a sack for the second straight game and paved the way for 175 yards rushing and a 4.3 average per carry. Ross was called for an offensive holding penalty.

Berlin Thunder:

Running back Calvin Murray toted the rock 12 times for 49 yards, a 4.1 average. He did fumble once, just before the half. Murray caught a five yard touchdown pass in the third quarter to give his team a 12-6 lead. The versatile Murray also returned three punts for 27 yards and one kickoff for 23 yards.

Cologne Centurions:

Wide receiver Carl Morris accounted for 81 of the 126 passing yards for the Centurions. Morris snared seven receptions with a long of 23 and was targeted ten times on the day. He also recovered an onside kick in the fourth quarter to seal the win.

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