Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has been named the NFC Offensive Player of the Month for November.

Rodgers led the Packers to a 4-0 record in the month by completing 83 of 130 passes (63.8 percent) for 1,233 yards with 13 touchdowns and no interceptions for a 128.1 passer rating. He also rushed for 88 yards on 14 carries, an average of 6.3 yards per rush.

Rodgers became just the third QB in NFL history to throw at least 13 TD passes with no interceptions in a month. The others were New England's Tom Brady earlier this year (Oct. 2014) and Denver's Peyton Manning (Sept. 2013).

This is the seventh time in Rodgers' career he has been named NFC Offensive Player of the Month and the first time since October 2012. He also won the award once in 2009, once in 2010 and three times in 2011. The seven monthly honors is tied with Brady for the second most since the league began the award in 1986. Manning has won it eight times.

For the season, Rodgers now has 252 completions in 380 attempts (66.3 percent) for 3,325 yards and 32 TDs with three INTs for a 118.6 passer rating. That's just four ratings points off his NFL single-season record rating of 122.5 in 2011, when he won the league MVP award.