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at Rhein Fire and Admirals 2006

In 2006 the Galaxy fans were celebrating the fourth World Bowl win but the season opener was lost at the Duesseldorf team with 6–10 in front of only 22,827 fans.

Also week 3 at the Amsterdam Admirals brought a 20–38 loss as well as the home game against the Dutch team. But that was about it as the Galaxy was strong enough to win the final game of the season against Bart Andrus with this defending champions with 22–7 and under the eyes of 36,286 NFL fans.

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Galaxy vs. Rhein Fire

Another hard fought match at Fire
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At the Admirals
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Galaxy @ Rhein Fire 2006

The time of possession had been 27:10 for the Galaxy and 32:50 for the Rhein Fire.

QB Jeff Otis

QB Jeff Otis

From the Cardinals came QB Jeff Otis who had completed 4 from 8 passes for 19 yards.

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HC Mike Jones

Mike Jones

Galaxy head coach Mike Jones had not been too pleased about his 2006 return to the Rhein Fire Arena after it wasn't as successful as in 2005.

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QB Bryson Spinner

Bryson Spinner

Quarterback Bryson Spinner had completed 4 from his 14 passes for 34 yards.

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RB Roger Robinson

Roger Robinson

Roger Robinson was one of the best men on the field with his 23 carries for 103 yards.

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QB Drew Henson

QB Drew Henson

Quarterback Drew Henson from the Dallas Cowboys had prepared the only TD for his team in addition to 5 from 11 passes completed for 58 yards.

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HC Jim Tomsula

Jim Tomsula

Head coach Jim Tomsula and running back Fred Jackson were pushing their team with tremendous energy and enthusiasm.




DC Ed O`Neil

Ed O`Neil

Galaxy defensive coordinator Ed O`Neil was taken by surprise as much as camera teams and photographers by the first Fire TD, which had been a trick play on their first offensive snap with a 45-yard pass by receiver Chris Samp to Mexican wideout Juan Wong.

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WR Juan Wong

Juan Wong

Receiver Juan Wong came from Mexico to score the match deciding TD in his very first professional NFL game.

After the match he was presented in the press conference.




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