In wet, sloppy conditions at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland, Craig Nall completed 10 of 21 passes for 112 yards and two touchdowns as the Scottish Claymores (3-4) defeated the Rhein Fire (4-3), 33-0, in NFL Europe action over the weekend.
Nall's first touchdown pass was a 23-yarder to John Minardi (Houston Texans) in the first quarter. Later, he threw a 29-yard strike to Edell Shepherd (Chicago Bears) in the third quarter. Nall had no interceptions.
Approaching his second NFL season, Nall is one of seven Green Bay Packers in NFLE, including four with the Claymores.
Defensively, Scotland safety Bobby Jackson had a pass breakup to go with his four tackles, and linebacker Isaac Keys turned in three tackles.
With three weeks of the regular season remaining, the Claymores' victory kept them two games back of the first-place Barcelona Dragons (5-2), which defeated the Berlin Thunder (2-5), 23-20, over the weekend.
The top two teams at the end of the regular season will meet in World Bowl XI, June 14.
Also over the weekend, the Amsterdam Admirals (3-4) knocked off the Frankfurt Galaxy (4-3), 27-24.
Packers wide receiver Travis Williams made one catch for Amsterdam, a 2-yarder in the second quarter.
For the Galaxy, defensive back Jeremy Unertl made four tackles and was credited with a pass defensed, while punter Tim Morgan averaged 41 yards on three attempts.
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