Patriots wide receiver Randy Moss and Cowboys wide out Terrell Owens highlight the Player’s of the Month for November. Moss won the AFC offensive award after helping the Pats remain undefeated on the season, going 3-and-0 in the month. Moss hauled in 24 catches for 316 yards and five touchdowns for the Pats, including four TD grabs in the first half of a November 18th win over Buffalo. Moss’ teammate Tom Brady won the award in September and October. Owens had an even better November for the 11-and-1 Cowboys, posting 37 catches for 693 yards and nine TDs to earn NFC offensive honors. He averaged 138.6 yards per game and had at least one score in each of Dallas’ five wins in the month.
Steelers linebacker James Harrison won the AFC defensive award after notching 19 tackles, five-and-a-half sacks, one interception, five forced fumbles and a fumble recovery as Pittsburgh went 4-and-1 for the month. Browns kick returner Joshua Cribbs won the special teams honors. He had 19 kick returns for 664 yards, including a 100-yard TD return. He added 11 punt returns for 119 yards, six special teams tackles and one forced fumble as Cleveland went 3-and-1 in November.
Seahawks defensive end Patrick Kerney won the NFC defensive honors for leading the league with seven sacks in the month. He added 16 tackles, an interception and three forced fumbles as Seattle went 3-and-1. Packers rookie kicker Mason Crosby won the special teams award. He led the league with 54 points for the month as Green Bay finished 4-and-1. He is currently tied for the NFL lead with 107 points this season and ranks first in the NFC with 24 field goals made.