Green Bay Packers kicker Mason was named the NFC Special Teams Players of the Month for October, the NFL announced late yesterday.
Crosby led the NFL with 50 points and 13 field goals in October as the Packers posted a 4-0 record.
His 50 points were 11 more than the next player (NICK FOLK, 39) in the NFL and 15 more than the No. 2 player (PHIL DAWSON, 35) in the NFC.
Crosby had at least one field goal in all four October contests, including three games with at least three field goals made. He made five field goals in Week 5, had four field goals in Week 6 and converted three field goals in Week 8. Crosby also connected on all 11 PATs during the month.
He was named the NFC Special Teams Player of the Week in Week 5. In his seventh season from Colorado, this is Crosby’s second career Player of the Week Award (November 2007).
Crosby and RYAN LONGWELL (three) are the only Packers to be named Special Teams Player of the Month multiple times.