For the second time this season, Philip Rivers is the AFC offensive player of the week.
Rivers got the award this week for his 35-for-42, 401-yard, three-touchdown, one-interception performance against the Cowboys. With Rivers leading the way, the Chargers erased a 21-10 deficit and won 30-21.
The award also went to Rivers in Week Two, after another 400-yard game in another win over an NFC East opponent, the Eagles. The Chargers still have two more games against two more bad NFC East defenses this season, so Rivers may have another couple awards coming.
Prior to Week Two, the last time Rivers had won the player of the week award was in 2008.