The native Feinberger Dominik Eberle has made the breakthrough!
And after a long start: as drafted players of the 2020 class, the Houston Texans had not fully asserted with both the Las Vegas Raiders (2020-2021) and Carolina Panthers (2021). So the 25-year-old was finally recently come to the Practice Squad the Houston Texans on December 23, 2021. And there it ran better for Eberle in no time than dreaming.
The Football Lovers already played with his parents from the Franconian Grosshaslach to Redondo Beach (California), who had played for the Aggie at Utah State University College Football, was allowed this Sunday directly for the Texans at the duel with the Los Angeles Chargers start. The reason: The Hawaii Born and Statistical Houston Texans Key'IMF Fair bairn, with full name John Christian Key'iminoeauoAlameka? Ikeokekumupa'a Fair bairn, has recently come to the COVID-19 list and failed.
Only then was the following possible: After Eberle for Houston had certainly made sure of an extra point, the Nuremberg in the second quarter also submerged from difficult 51 yards directly his first Field Goal in his young NFL career. A performance that certainly did not make a starred Houston Texans not ad hoc. Incidentally, the professional brought his team in the meantime at 10:12 in the meantime, and at the end was even more at the surprising 41: 29 victory another four extra points as well as another Field Goal.
St. Brown with number three
A little further in his career is Rookie Receiver Monera St. Brown. The 22-year-younger brother of Packers player EQUANIMEOUS (25) had set up a record last week. The passed was here to the first German player (also owns the US citizenship) with two touchdowns.
At the guest performance in Atlanta now, St. Brown Score number three managed when he was bonded by replacement quarterback Tim Boyle and alleged over almost 20 yards against two opponents and marched into the final zone. In this way, the rookie drawn in this year's draft in the 4th round was once again his role as one of the most important play stations of the Lions.