Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield has been named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month for November.

The Browns announced the honor Thursday morning. Mayfield joins offensive tackle Joe Thomas (November 2007) and quarterback Tim Couch (October 1999) as the only Browns to win the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month award.

Mayfield caught fire and the Browns went 2-1 in November on the heels of coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley being fired Oct. 29.

Mayfield completed 73.9 percent of his passes for 771 yards and nine touchdowns with one interception, took two sacks and posted a rating of 129.5 in the Browns' three November games under new offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens. In those games, the Browns (4-6-1) lost to the Kansas City Chiefs 37-21 (Nov. 4), then defeated the Atlanta Falcons 28-16 (Nov. 11) and Cincinnati Bengals 35-20 (Nov. 25).

Against the Bengals, Mayfield set a single-game franchise rookie record with four touchdown passes and became the first rookie in NFL history to record a 140-plus passer rating in consecutive games (minimum 20 attempts). Against the Falcons, he became the only rookie in league history with a 150-plus passer rating (minimum 20 attempts).

The No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft, Mayfield has completed 62.7 percent of his passes this season for 2,242 yards and 17 touchdowns with seven interceptions for a rating of 93.2.