Four Seahawks jerseys crack the Top 30 in NFL jersey sales for the past 30 days.
Just this week the Denver Broncos were named America’s new favorite team, surpassing the Dallas Cowboys in popularity across the U.S. It’s safe to say that Peyton Manning and his ridiculous passing stats play a large role in that. Well, that and his amazing Papa John’s commercials.
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Manning’s orange home jersey continues to lead all NFL players in sales for the past month. Trailing him is his Colts replacement, Andrew Luck, followed by Panthers star linebacker Luke Kuechly.
Seahawks QB Russell Wilson lands in the top five and ranks first among three Seahawks jerseys that made it into the top 20 of sales for the past 30 days.
The 12th Fan jersey came in at #16 and remains the only non-player jersey to make the list. The #12 jersey even managed to outsell Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch’s jersey.
During the first week of the NFL season Wilson was ranked 6th in sales and Lynch 27th, meaning that even with the recent slide with losses to the Chargers and Cowboys, the Seahawks popularity continues to increase.
Only three non-quarterbacks cracked the top 12. Kuechly (3rd), Eagles RB LeSean McCoy (5th), and Bears WR Brandon Marshall (6th).
Surprisingly, players such as Aaron Rodgers (22nd), Drew Brees (24th), and Calvin Johnson (27th) ranked lower than one would expect.
Richard Sherman was the only other Seahawks player to make the top 30 in jersey sales for the month, coming in at No. 28.