New England quarterback Michael Bishop, playing for the Frankfurt Galaxy, was voted as the passer most likely to have the biggest impact in NFL Europe this season in a poll taken on NFLEurope.com.
Through two weeks Bishop is the highest rated passer in the league with a 107.5 quarterback rating, despite the Galaxy starting with a pair of losses. He has been a driving force for the Frankfurt offense and has completed 22-of-40 passes for 332 yards, three touchdowns and 0 interceptions. He has also rushed for 94 yards and one touchdown, good for fourth in the league in rushing.
Bishop took 40 percent of the vote, more than double the tally of Rhein Fire and San Francisco 49er Giovanni Carmazzi, who finish second in the poll. Third place in the poll went to Scottish Claymores and Dallas Cowboys quarterback Clint Stoerner (11.8%), who was followed by Barcelona's Jarious Jackson (11.4%), who was allocated by Denver.