i don't know how many of you guys know or care about NFLEurope, but it seems like each year one of the NFLE teams is VERY white on the offensive side of the ball. this year it is the Frankfurt Galaxy, who are now 1-1 early in the season. the Galaxy start only two black guys on offense, a guard and their third receiver (who happens to be one of the slowest receivers i've ever watched play, but like rod smith of the Broncos, he gets open and makes plays. we all know speed isn't everything.), and it is not unusual to have 10 white guys of the eleven players on the field. anyway, three of the top four wide receivers are white (Aaron Hosack who reminds me of Brian Finneran, Adam Herzing who looks an awful lot like Trevor Insley, and my favorite speedster Tom Crowder), along with both running backs (Roger Robinson and J.R. Niklos), their best two QBs (Jeff Otis and Craig Ochs), and two of their three fullback/tight ends (Martin Latka and Sean McHugh). the starting tailback, Roger "the rabbit" Robinson is the only running back to go over 100 yards in a game so far this season, and he has done so in both games. in game one, he went for 103 yards on 23 carries, but he did have 3 fumbles (losing two). he got that corrected in week 2, rushing for 150 yards on 23 carries including a 34-yard touchdown scamper that was awesome! he also had 3 catches for 26 yards. and he had zero fumbles. the defense starts 4 white guys, including strong safety Rob Lee. btw, he seems to play slower than his timed speed, and sadly hasn't made many plays in the two games so far. interestingly enough, the coach of this team is a black guy named mike jones. he also has dropped the team's black QB from number 2 on the depth chart, to clipboard-holding number 3 after his atrocious performance in the first game of the season. other players of note in the league are WR Scott McCready of Hamburg, Rich Musinski of Berlin, and WR Chris Samp of Rhein. two light, bright, almost-white guys are currently leading the league in receiving: Lance Moore of Berlin and Skyler Fulton of Amsterdam.