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Four Times in a Row, Rodgers Is NFC Offensive Player of the Month

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Four Times in a Row, Rodgers Is NFC Offensive Player of the Month

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been named November's NFC Offensive Player of the Month. It's the fourth consecutive Player of the Month award for Rodgers, dating back to last season in December.

"Rodgers is the first player to win one of the league’s monthly awards four consecutive times," writes Mike Spofford of the Packers official website. "He has won it all three months thus far in 2011, putting him three-quarters of the way to an unprecedented season sweep."

According to the article, Rodgers completed 89 of 123 passes (72.4 percent) for 1,203 yards with 13 touchdowns and one interception in the month of November.

For the season, Rodgers leads the NFL in touchdown passes (33), completion percentage (71.8 percent), passer rating (127.7) and fewest interceptions among primary starting NFL quarterbacks (four).

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PackersRS's picture

Crazy, if he wins all months and is named MVP unanimously, I wonder if "analysts" will still tribute it to rule changes...

bomdad's picture

Rodgers is still 2 short of Brady in the rules department.

Derek's picture

WOW!

Doug In Sandpoint's picture

I'm beginning to think we really might have something here with that Rodgers guy.

RobMPLS's picture

Keyword: GODgers

Mojo's picture

It will be tough for A-Rod to win December 2011 NFC Offensive Player award because all five of the remaining games (I'm assuming the Jan 1 game is considered part of December) are in outdoor central to northern venues, with three at Lambeau. However, he did win December last year.

I can't believe a player could win it two or three times in a row, much less four. Unbelievable!

Brian Carriveau's picture

Only sloppy and/or very windy weather seems to affect passing games. Cold alone won't affect how the Packers or Rodgers plays.

Mojo's picture

Brian, don't know if you know off the top-of-your head, but did Brady or Manning do this in their respective biggest stat seasons?

PackersRS's picture

Bingo Brian. It's not weather that affects passing game. It's really bad weather.

It's not because it's december and it's outdoors that the weather is going to be really bad. It does improve the chances...

Glorious80s's picture

Weather (wind) is partly what I'm worried about for Sunday's game. The Jets game resulted in field goals and I'm not sure GB's defensive secondary will be as strong.
Also, the Giants were embarrassed Monday night. Expect a fight.

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