Alexander was a vital cog for a Seattle offense that averaged 28.8 points per game in November, as the Seahawks finished the month with a 4-0 record and seven consecutive wins overall, the second-longest winning streak in franchise history. Alexander rushed for 563 yards, averaging 140.8 yards per contest. His eighth touchdown of the month came in a 24-21 overtime win last Sunday against the Giants and was his 20th of 2005, joining Marshall Faulk (2000-01), Priest Holmes (2002-03), and Emmitt McNeil (1994-95) as the only players in NFL history with multiple 20-TD seasons.
Alexander rushed for 173 yards on November 6 in a 33-19 win at Arizona, scoring two touchdowns. The following week he sparked a season sweep of the Rams, rushing for three touchdowns and 165 yards in the 31-16 win. A 115-yard, two touchdown effort in a 27-25 win at San Francisco on November 20 was his eighth consecutive 100-yard game against division foes, joining Marcus Allen (1985-86), Freeman McNeil (1984-85) and Walter Payton (1976-77) for the longest such streak since 1970.
Alexander is a six-year veteran from Alabama, and this is his first career Player of the Month award.