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Redskins Qb Robert Griffin Iii’S Jersey Sets Nfl Sales Records

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It's pretty obvious that watching our team play is like reading yesterday's newspaper again and again. You already know the ending. Falcons can't win the Superbowl, and Falcons have no exciting players. Julio Jones is cool, but then again, he plays on an offense with White and Gonzalez. Which means he gets no air time. Also he has Ryan throwing him the ball, who is as vanilla as ordering a naked hamburger. I personally don't find it too exciting when Julio gets like 4 catches and 3 of them are for 5 yard slants.

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III not only ended the year with the best selling jersey in the league, more of his No. 10 jerseys were sold in the NFL this fiscal year than any jersey in league history.

Top Selling NFL Jerseys

Robert Griffin III set an all-time record for the number of jerseys sold by the NFL Shop in a year. A look at the top-selling jerseys at NFLShop.com from April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013: Player Team 1. Robert Griffin III Redskins 2. Peyton Manning Broncos 3. Ray Lewis Ravens 4. Colin Kaepernick 49ers 5. Tom Brady Patriots 6. Andrew Luck Colts 7. Aaron Rodgers Packers 8. Victor Cruz Giants 9. Eli Manning Giants 10. Patrick Willis 49ers

Exact sales numbers on NFLShop.com from April 1, 2012, to March 1, 2013, were not revealed by the NFL.

New Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning came in second in jersey sales and sold the third most in a single year, undoubtedly boosted by the league's new Nike apparel deal. Brett Favre's Minnesota Vikings (2009) and New York Jets jerseys (2008) are the second- and fourth-best-selling jerseys in a single season.

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis came in at No. 3 on last season's jersey rankings, up from No. 17 the previous season, and a Super Bowl run pushed San Francisco 49ers rookie quarterback Colin Kaepernick into the fourth spot. Jerseys of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady finished fifth.

The 49ers finished first in team merchandise sales on NFLShop.com, edging out the Ravens despite losing to Baltimore in the Super Bowl. The highest the 49ers had previously finished on the list, since the league started monitoring sales in 1979, was second in 1994 and '95. The New York Giants, Redskins and Pittsburgh Steelers rounded out the top five.

Lack of playing time may have led to the plummeting sales of Tim Tebow's Jets jersey, which started the year in the No. 1 spot but finished in 13th, one spot ahead of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who had a stellar rookie season. Jerseys of Jets starting quarterback Mark Sanchez did not finish in the top 25.

Another surprise were the sales numbers for Adrian Peterson's No. 28 Vikings jersey, which ranked only 23rd in the league despite the fact he fell just short of breaking the league's single-season rushing record.

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I mean for awhile, our return man was Eric Weems. Eric Weems who was known for making tackles and blocks and knowing when to fair catch the ball.

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Tebow sells a lot of jerseys too. So did Matt Cassel and Ron Mexico and Reggie Bush and JaMarcus Russell. What's your point Ben Stein?

Falcons aren't exciting to watch. And you wonder why we don't get media attention

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Tebow sells a lot of jerseys too. So did Matt Cassel and Ron Mexico and Reggie Bush and JaMarcus Russell. What's your point Ben Stein?

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Tebow sells a lot of jerseys too. So did Matt Cassel and Ron Mexico and Reggie Bush and JaMarcus Russell. What's your point Ben Stein?

Exactly. Tebow sold more than Russel Wilson did last year. That tells you everything you need to know about he vast majority of NFL fans.

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Google Ron Mexico. It's the nickname of the guy that Mr. Right pleasures himself to ironically enough.

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Falcons aren't exciting to watch. And you wonder why we don't get media attention

Very true.

3 yd run, 2 yd run, 6 yd pass, rinse and repeat.

Defense is the same. Nothing exciting. No big hits (basically) no sacks, a few ints.

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Very true.

3 yd run, 2 yd run, 6 yd pass, rinse and repeat.

Defense is the same. Nothing exciting. No big hits (basically) no sacks, a few ints.

How many accounts can one person make? Doesn't the softcore porn start on Cinemax pretty soon? Run to the living room and fap one out before dad gets home.

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