The NFC’s offensive player of the month was a bit of a surprise. The AFC’s wasn’t.
For the 10th time in his career, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has won an AFC offensive player of the month award. It’s an all-time record; Peyton Manning is No. 2 with eight such honors.
Brady last won the award in October 2016, his first month back from a four-game Deflategate suspension.
The 40-year-old franchise quarterback completed 73 of 99 passes for 833 yards and 10 touchdowns in three November victories.