PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — No, seriously. Keep the awards coming.

One day after Carson Wentz became the first Eagles rookie quarterback to ever win offensive player of the week, Wentz was named NFL offensive rookie of the month for September.

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Earlier on Thursday, Eagles defensive end Fletcher Cox won NFC defensive player of the month honors.

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Wentz, 23, is the first Eagles player to ever win NFL offensive rookie of the month.

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Wentz is 66-102, with 769 passing yards, five touchdowns, and still zero turnovers through the first three games of his NFL career.