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This week in the Jersey Report they examined the remaining undefeated teams in the NFL season and how their uniforms are flying off the shelves.
It might not come as a surprise that the New England Patriots, who are fresh off a Super Bowl win and over a decade of dominance, are selling more jerseys than the other remaining undefeated teams.
The Patriots also lead the entire league in jersey sales as a team.
What might be surprising is that the Carolina Panthers are outselling the other remaining undefeated teams, a group that includes notable franchises like the Denver Broncos and Green Bay Packers.
Panthers jerseys are the fourth highest selling in the league even. The Broncos are the only other undefeated team in the Top 10 at No. 9 overall, and the Packers just missed the cut at No. 11, followed closely by the Cincinnati Bengals at No. 13.
The Patriots jersey sales are driven by their star player, franchise quarterback and face of the organization, Tom Brady, who has the second most popular jersey in the NFL. The always entertaining Rob Gronkowski is the second highest selling Patriots jersey, coming in at No. 5 overall.
The Panthers’ jersey sales are being pushed by linebacker Luke Kuechly, whose jersey is the sixth highest selling in the league and the highest by a defensive player on an undefeated team. Panthers quarterback Cam Newton comes in at No. 14 overall for comparison.