Winning the weekly award wasn’t enough for Seahawks return man Tyler Lockett, so he got the whole month this time.
Lockett was named NFC special teams player of the month for the second time, after amassing 759 all-purpose yards in the last five games of the season.
Lockett had 244 kickoff return yards and 183 punt return yards, showing the ability to flip field position at any moment. He scored three touchdowns and had at least 100 all-purpose yards in each game.
The third-rounder also made history by becoming the first rookie since Gale Sayers to score at least five receiving touchdowns and touchdowns on both kick and punt returns.