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Quinn and Berlin Tied for Second Place in NFL Europe

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Jonathan Quinn completed 18 of 29 passes for a season-high 285 yards and two touchdowns in a 27-19 win over Scotland. The Thunder moved into a second-place tie with Amsterdam at 4-3 behind NFL Europe's first-place team, the Barcelona Dragons, who are 6-1.

"Our goal all season has been to reach the World Bowl and then to win it," said Quinn, who leads NFL Europe with 14 touchdown passes and 1,415 yards passing and is tied for the league-low with five interceptions. "We're in a position where, if we can play well in these final three games, we have a chance to accomplish what we set out to do."

-- Frankfurt guard Reggie Nelson started in the Galaxy's 31-20 loss to Barcelona

-- Frankfurt placekicker Jim Tarle saw action against Scotland

-- Barcelona cornerback Craig Miller started and recorded three tackles

-- Barcelona linebacker Troy Pelshak started and had three tackles

-- Berlin safety James Watkins saw action against Scotland

In this Saturday's action, the Frankfurt Galaxy will host the Amsterdam Admirals at 1 p.m. with the game televised on Fox Sports Net. On Sunday, Barcelona will travel to Scotland for a 10 a.m. kickoff with the game on DirecTV. The defending World Bowl champion Rhein Fire will host Berlin for a 1 p.m. matchup with the game to be aired locally on Fox.

The allocated players will return from the NFL Europe League in time for the start of Jaguars training camp on July 26.

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