Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Jonathan Quinn earned NFL Europe League Offensive Player of the Week honors after throwing four touchdown passes in the Berlin Thunder's 34-25 win over the Frankfurt Galaxy, which moved the Thunder into second place in the league at 3-2.
Quinn, who leads the league with 11 touchdowns and is second with 1,033 passing yards, finished with 12 completions in 18 attempts for 132 yards and no interceptions. He threw touchdown passes of 4, 16, 18 and 28 yards.
"My main goal in NFL Europe is to win," said Quinn, who is only the second Jaguars allocated player to earn NFLEL Player of the Week honors with Ricky Parker who earned defensive honors in 1998. "I think winning the award is due to a team effort and it shows how good our supporting cast is."
-- Berlin safety James Watkins started and had two tackles and a forced fumble
-- Frankfurt defensive end Paul Spicer started and posted one sack and four tackles
-- Frankfurt guard Reggie Nelson started and helped the Galaxy gain 497 total yards
-- Frankfurt kicker Jim Tarle handled kickoffs
-- Barcelona cornerback Craig Miller started and recorded three tackles and a special teams tackle in a 33-13 loss to Amsterdam
-- Barcelona linebacker Troy Pelshak started and had two tackles and a special teams tackle
In this Saturday's action, the Berlin Thunder will travel to Barcelona to take on the Dragons at 1 p.m. with the game televised on Fox Sports Net. On Sunday, Scotland will host Amsterdam for a 10 a.m. matchup aired on DirecTV. Frankfurt will travel to Rhein to take on the Fire at 1 p.m. with the game televised on Fox.
The seven allocated players will return from the NFL Europe League in time for the start of Jaguars training camp on July 26.