LIVESTREAM Germany: Berlin Adler @ Cologne Crocodiles, June 25th, 15:00 CET, (3pm, 9 am ET)

The Cologne Crocodiles (3-1) will host the Berlin Adler (3-1) as two of the GFL North’s playoff contenders square off for the first time this season. Fans can expect a high-scoring affair as both offenses are averaging over 30 points and 430 yards per game.

GFL LIVESTREAM: Berlin Adler @ Cologne Crocodiles, June 25th, 15:00 CET, (3pm, 9 am ET)

Cologne’s team is led by second-year quarterback Christian Strong, the veteran gunslinger has weapons galore as the Crocodiles have built an exciting up-tempo passing attack. Receiver Jarvis Mcclam and Aaron Jackson are two of the league’s most productive pass catchers this season, putting up 12 touchdowns between them.

Talented running back Sergej Kendus is another player who can burn defenses as the young back is averaging 97 yards a game on the ground. Look for Cologne to light up the scoreboard against an Adler defense that has been shaky this year.

The Berlin Adler’s offense has been just as exciting to watch as another veteran quarterback Zachary Cavaugh has been on a tear to start the year. Cavaugh’s play this season is highlighted by a 530-yard and seven-touchdown performance two weeks ago. Week the dual-threat passer has been spreading the ball around well to receivers Patrick Donahue and Max Zimmerman.

The Adler offensive line, led by Botond Krizsai and Nemanja Graovac and coached by German Bowl Champion Gerrit Meister takes on the challenge of a tough Crocodiles pass rush led by Jonnell Pelie.

The winner of this game could end up with a home playoff game in September as both of these squad looks destined for post season play. In a tight GFL North every week counts. Cologne can position themselves well with a big win at home against an Adler team looking to get back in the playoffs in their first year back in the GFL’s top league.

Berlin Adler @ Cologne Crocodiles, June 25th, 15:00 CET, (3pm, 9 am ET)

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