Tom Brady led jersey sales in 10 states last season
|Mark J. Rebilas | USA TODAY Sports|
Tom Brady has a lot of accolades throughout his career; and his recent league MVP win shows that he is still playing incredibly well at the age of 40.
As it turns out, Brady sits atop the merchandise charts, too.
As reported by NFL Shop Data, the New England Patriots quarterback led sales in the most states (10) during the 2017 season. Brady’s jersey was most popular in all the six states that make up the New England area, as well as New York, Indiana, Florida and Hawaii – meaning that the home states of the Jets, Giants, Bills, Colts and Dolphins preferred to don Brady gear this year.
Brady claimed the most states, but Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback Carson Wentz was No. 1 in overall sales, which includes jerseys and all other merchandise with the player’s name. Brady was second in overall sales, followed by Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback Dak Prescott in third.
This data was collected from Sept. 1, 2017 through Jan. 18, 2018.
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