Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Jonathan Quinn overcame three interceptions in the first half to complete 30 of 49 passes for a season-high 305 yards and a touchdown in a 16-13 overtime loss to the Rhein Fire. Quinn's 305 passing yards mark the first 300-yard passing game of the season in NFL Europe action.
Quinn, who leads the league in passing yards and touchdowns, broke both Berlin single-season records with 1,720 passing yards and 15 touchdowns. His 305-yard game is the highest single-game total in Berlin Thunder history.
With the loss, the Thunder remain in a three-way tie for second place with Amsterdam and Rhein at 4-4. Barcelona, with its 14-9 win over Scotland, moved to 7-1 and clinched a spot in the World Bowl.
-- Frankfurt guard Reggie Nelson started in the Galaxy's 28-23 win over Amsterdam
-- Frankfurt placekicker Jim Tarle saw action against Amsterdam
-- Barcelona cornerback Craig Miller started and recorded two tackles and two special teams tackles
-- Barcelona linebacker Troy Pelshak started and posted four tackles, two special teams tackles and a forced fumble
-- Berlin safety James Watkins saw action against Rhein
In this Saturday's action, Barcelona will host Scotland at 11 a.m. with the game televised on DirecTV. Amsterdam will travel to Berlin for a 12 noon matchup aired on DirecTV and Rhein will host Frankfurt at 1 p.m. with the game televised on Fox Sports Net.
The allocated players will return from the NFL Europe League in time for the start of Jaguars training camp on July 26.