They may have to rename the NFC Offensive Player of the Month in Aaron Rodgers’ honor.
The Packers quarterback won the award for the fourth straight time on Thursday, dating back to the 2010 season. (Perhaps Tom Brady knows what he’s talking about.)
Rodgers’ had a 131.6 quarterback rating with 13 touchdowns and one interception for the month. That’s his highest rating for a month ever.
Bears defensive end Julius Peppers won the defensive award. He’s quietly been a terror since getting healthy.
It’s no surprise that Cardinals rookie Patrick Peterson won the Special Teams Player of the Month award. He single-handedly beat the Rams twice with return touchdowns during November.