Running back D’ota Foreman of the Carolina Panthers has been named NFC Offensive Player of the Week for games played in Week 16 (December 22, 24-26).
Foreman rushed for a career-high 165 yards on 21 attempts (7.9 average) with a touchdown in the Panthers’ 37-23 win over Detroit. It marked the most rushing yards of any player in Week 16.
This is the first-career Offensive Player of the Week award for Foreman and he is the first Carolina running back to earn the honor since Jonathan Stewart (Week 14, 2017).
Foreman is the fifth former Texas Longhorn running back to win an Offensive Player of the Week award.