Amon-Ra St. Brown extends German touchdown record

St. Brown mixes up the NFL

December has been the month of Amon-Ra St. Brown so far. The 22-year-old from the Detroit Lions scored his third NFL touchdown against Atlanta. In doing so, he expanded the German record. His team lost anyway.

Just a week after his record, professional football player Amon-Ra St. Brown (22) has added. The German-American scored a touchdown at 16:20 with his Detroit Lions at the Atlanta Falcons, just like seven days ago, increasing his record to three. Never before had a German made it into the end zone more than once in the NFL.

With his touchdown, the wide receiver marked the interim 10: 7 for the Lions in the second quarter, who can no longer reach the play-offs. He caught a total of 91 yards over the course of the game, making it a career record. The rookie had his second touchdown at 30:12 against the Arizona Cardinals.

Eberle is convinced

The German kicker Dominik Eberle meanwhile helped the Houston Texans to their fourth win of the season on their debut. The 25-year-old from Nuremberg, who was only signed on Thursday, scored two field goals and five extra points in a 41:29 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.

Superstar Tom Brady and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers made first place in the NFC South perfect. Thanks to the 32: 6 victory at the Carolina Panthers, the return to the play-offs is certain.

The German professional Jakob Johnson, however, lost again with the New England Patriots. A week after the end of the winning streak of seven games, coach Bill Belichick’s team lost to the Buffalo Bills 21:33 and suffered a setback against a direct competitor in the battle for first place in the AFC East.



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