How do you like him now?
The month of November was a good one for Kirk Cousins. The Redskins quarterback added two entries into his "Great Internet Hits" collection, became the franchise leader in games with at least 300 passing yards and racked up two wins in three games.
Cousins' efforts did not go unnoticed, as the NFL tabbed him the NFC Offensive Player of the Month for November.
In the win over the Vikings, Cousins threw for 262 yards and two touchdowns, finishing with a passer rating of 110.9.
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Against the Packers, in a playoff redemption game in the eyes of many, Cousins put forth his best winning performance of the season. He completed 21 of 30 passes for 375 yards and threw for three touchdowns. His 12.5-yard average pass completion was the highest single-game mark of the season by nearly four yards.
In the Redskins' final game of the month, a 31-26 loss to the Cowboys on Thanksgiving, Cousins continued to torrid pace, throwing for 449 yards and three touchdowns on 41 completions.
In all, Cousins finished the month of November 84 of 116 with 1086 passing yards and eight touchdowns. Cousins led the league in average passing yards per game in the month of November, with 362 yards per game.
But the biggest stat of the month?
The honor is his second of his career. Cousins earned the award in December of 2015, when he threw for 1203 yards and 10 touchdowns as the Redskins went 3-1 on the month.
Cousins is now just one of two players in franchise history — the other being linebacker Wilber Marshall in October of 1991 and 1992 — to win multiple Player of the Month awards.