Geno Smith and Derrick Henry have been named NFL’s Offensive Players of the Month, while Quinnen Williams and Za’Darius Smith take defensive accolades in the award’s latest announcement

  • Geno Smith’s career season for Seattle continued as he won the award for the very first time
  • And Derrick Henry was honored and led the Titans to a 4-0 record
  • Quinnen Williams and Za’Darius Smith were also recognized in the defence
  • They each picked up at least 4.5 bags while destroying the attack lines
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Geno Smith and Titans Derrick Henry of the Seahawks have been named the NFL’s Offensive Players of the Month for the NFC and AFC respectively, with Smith taking home the honor for the first time.

The former Jets starter plays the best football of his career in Seattle, leading the team to a 4-1 record behind 1,207 passing yards with nine touchdown passes last month.

Smith led the NFC in the passer rating in October and continues to make the Seahawks’ transition to life after Russell Wilson surprisingly seamless.

Geno Smith led the Seahawks to a 4-1 record in five games in October, throwing nine TDs

Henry won the award for the third time when he scored 563 rushing yards and five touchdowns in four games.

The former Alabama running back put a huge workload on the Titans as they went 4-0 as he averaged 28 carries per game.

He will become the first running back since the likely retired Todd Gurley to win the award three times.

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On the other side of the ball, Jets’ defending lineman Quinnen Williams and the Vikings’ Za’Darius Smith were honored.

Williams had 4.5 sacks and one force fumble in October, while Minnesota linebacker Smith managed to lead all players with 6.5 sacks.

Quinnen Williams made 4.5 sacks for the Jets and accepts the award for the first time

It was first prize for both players.

Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker and his teammate, cornerback Tariq Woolen, were also named Rookies of the Month.

Walker, who took over the Seattle backfield following a late-season injury to Rashaad Penny, led all rookies in rushing yards (432 yards) from Week 4-8, while Woolen registered 19 tackles and three interceptions.

Punters Ryan Stonehouse (Titans) and Tress Way (Commanders) were also recognized for their contributions on special teams.

The winners of the NFC for September were Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, Bucs linebacker Devin White and 49ers punter Mitch Wishnowsky.

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, Dolphins linebacker Melvin Ingram and Chiefs punter Tommy Townsend were recognized in the AFC.