New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy has been selected as the NFC's Offensive Player of the Week for games played from Nov. 23-24.

Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor was named the conference's top defensive player for Week 12, with Philadelphia Eagles rookie Josh Huff claiming NFC Special Teams Player of the Week recognition after delivering a franchise-record 107-yard kickoff return touchdown in Sunday's 43-24 win over Tennessee.

Lacy amassed 138 yards from scrimmage while scoring both a rushing and receiving touchdown in the Packers' 24-21 road victory over fellow NFC North member Minnesota. The 2013 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year finished the game with 125 rushing yards on a season-best 25 carries.

The award is the second of Lacy's career, having also earned the honor during Week 15 of last season.

Chancellor led an outstanding Seattle defensive effort that lifted the Seahawks to a 19-3 triumph over NFC West-leading Arizona last Sunday. The physical safety recorded eight tackles -- seven solo -- for a unit that held the Cardinals to 204 total yards.

This is Chancellor's second Defensive Player of the Week award this season, also receiving the nod for a nine-tackle, one-interception and one forced fumble performance in the Seahawks' overtime win over Denver in Week 3.