Fans can vote until 11 a.m., CT on Friday to determine the winners, who will be announced Friday evening on NFL.com.
Johnson rushed for 154 yards and one touchdown, matching an NFL record shared by Earl Campbell and Eric Dickerson with his sixth consecutive game of 125-plus rushing yards. With his 85-yard TD run (4th-longest in team history) against Arizona, Johnson now has three touchdowns of 85 yards or longer this season. No other player in NFL history has that many in a career.
The NFL's leading rusher with 1,296 yards (276 yards ahead of Rams running back Steven Jackson) registered 800 rushing yards in November -- the most by a player in a calendar month since 1970.
Other candidates include Buffalo's Fred Jackson and Seattle's Justin Forsett.
Young, meanwhile, led one of the most miraculous finishes in Titans history. Trailing 17-13 with 2:37 remaining in the game, he led the Titans on a 99-yard drive that culminated in his game-winning, 10-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Britt as time expired.
Young, who won his ninth consecutive regular season start and improved to 5-0 as a starter this season, set career highs in passing attempts (43), completions (27) and passing yards (387). His 387 passing yards were the most by a Titans quarterback since Billy Volek's 492 yards at Oakland on Dec. 19, 2004. Young's passer rating of 99.7 against Arizona gave him a 90 or better rating in four of his five starts this season.
Other candidates include Saints QB Drew Brees and Packers QB Aaron Rodgers.