Favre Tops NFLshop.com's Player Jersey Sales

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QUARTERBACKS ACCOUNT FOR 11 OF TOP 25 JERSEYS, ROETHLISBERGER & MANNING TOP ROOKIE SALES

Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre has been moving up the charts this season...

  • He became the first quarterback in NFL history to pass for 20 touchdowns in 11 consecutive seasons.
  • His autobiography "FAVRE", co-published by the National Football League and Rugged Land LLC, has climbed to No. 8 on the New York Times Hardcover Nonfiction Best-Seller List.
  • In the latest NFLShop.com jersey sales rankings, his jersey has reached No. 1.

Favre, whose jersey ranked third as of Sept. 30, leads a quartet of quarterbacks atop the list. He is followed by Atlanta's MICHAEL VICK, New England's TOM BRADY, and Philadelphia's DONOVAN MC NABB.

The rookie class is also represented by quarterbacks with BEN ROETHLISBERGER of the Pittsburgh Steelers and ELI MANNING of the New York Giants, ranking seventh and 14th respectively.

In all, 11 quarterbacks rank among the Top 25 jerseys. Four running backs and four wide receivers made the list. Linebacker was the most-represented defensive position with three.

Click Here to order a Brett Favre Replica Jersey or the autobiography 'FAVRE' at PackersProShop.com.

Following are the NFLShop.com Top 25 player jersey sales from April 1-December 1, 2004:

TOP 25 PLAYERS

  1. Brett Favre, Green Bay
  1. Michael Vick, Atlanta
  1. Tom Brady, New England
  1. Donovan McNabb, Phil.
  1. Terrell Owens, Philadelphia
  1. LaVar Arrington, Washington
  1. Ben Roethlisberger, Pitt.
  1. Brian Urlacher, Chicago
  1. Ray Lewis, Baltimore
  1. Roy Williams, Dallas
  1. Hines Ward, Pittsburgh
  1. Peyton Manning, Ind.
  1. Jeremy Shockey, NY Giants
  1. Eli Manning, NY Giants
  1. Chad Johnson, Cincinnati
  1. LaDainian Tomlinson, S.D.
  1. Priest Holmes, Kansas City
  1. Daunte Culpepper, Minn.
  1. Mike Alstott, Tampa Bay
  1. Charles Woodson, Oakland
  1. Chad Pennington, NY Jets
  1. Jake Plummer, Denver
  1. Kevan Barlow, San Fran.
  1. Randy Moss, Minnesota
  1. Steve McNair, Tennessee
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