Packers Rank Fifth In League Merchandise

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Whether it's a cheesehead, a Brett Favre jersey or a mini-helmet, Green Bay Packers' merchandise remains very popular.

The Packers ranked fifth in NFL merchandise sales during the 2004 season, their ninth consecutive appearance in the top five. Favre's No. 4 jersey ranked sixteenth overall.

The NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles led all teams in sales followed by the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers and Oakland Raiders.

Wide receiver Randy Moss, traded during the offseason from the Minnesota Vikings to the Raiders, had the top selling jersey. Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb, and Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger placed second, third, fourth and fifth, respectively.

Last year, the Green Bay Packers finished third in merchandise, while the Raiders ranked first.

Top 10 Selling NFL Teams in 2004 (April 1, 2004-March 31, 2005)

  1. Philadelphia Eagles
  1. New England Patriots
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers
  1. Oakland Raiders

5. Green Bay Packers

Following are the top player jersey sales on NFLShop.com from April 1, 2005 through May 31, 2005:

TOP 25 PLAYERS

  1. Randy Moss, Oakland
  1. Michael Vick, Atlanta
  1. Tom Brady, New England
  1. Donovan McNabb, Phil.
  1. Ben Roethlisberger, Pitt.
  1. LaDainian Tomlinson, S.D.
  1. Byron Leftwich, Jacksonville
  1. Carnell Williams, Tampa Bay
  1. Jeremy Shockey, NY Giants
  1. Tiki Barber, NY Giants
  1. Mike Alstott, Tampa Bay
  1. Alex Smith, San Francisco
  1. Braylon Edwards, Cleveland
  1. Daunte Culpepper, Minn.
  1. Ronnie Brown, Miami

16. Brett Favre, Green Bay

  1. Jake Plummer, Denver
  1. Roy Williams, Dallas
  1. Curtis Martin, NY Jets
  1. Brian Urlacher, Chicago
  1. Peyton Manning, Ind.
  1. Ray Lewis, Baltimore
  1. Cedric Benson, Chicago
  1. Kurt Warner, Arizona
  1. David Carr, Houston

Source: NFLShop.com, 4/1/05-5/31/05

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