Sam Bradford, the first quarterback in NFL history to pass for at least 300 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions during a road victory, added another first to his impressive first-year résumé.
Bradford is the first quarterback to earn "Rookie of the Month" honors from the NFL. The league listed the following November accomplishments for Bradford in making the announcement:
Completed 79 of 121 passes (65.3 percent) for 792 yards with six touchdowns, one interception and a 96.8 rating in three starts;
Set an NFL rookie record for pass attempts without an interception (169);
Set a franchise rookie record with 413 total attempts, 250 total completions and 17 total touchdown passes;
Became the first rookie quarterback since John Elway in 1983 with at least 300 yards passing, three touchdowns and no interceptions in a game, regardless of venue;
Became the seventh player to win offensive rookie of the month honors more than once and the first since Minnesota's Adrian Peterson in September and October of 2007;
Became the only No. 1 overall choice to be named Rookie of the Month more than once.
What does Bradford have in store for December? I'll be heading to Arizona in Week 13 to find out.