Tom Brady & Patrick Mahomes Lead NFL Jersey Sales For 2019

Tom Brady is the most accomplished quarterback in NFL history, while Patrick Mahomes has displayed the makings to go down as the single greatest talent the game has ever witnessed.

So it's only fitting that the two superstar quarterbacks sit atop the NFL jersey sales for the year 2019. Brady and Mahomes sit first and second, respectively, according to the NFL's official Instagram page.

Two Dallas Cowboys superstars made the top five. Running back Ezekiel Elliott and quarterback Dak Prescott are third and fifth, respectively. Chicago Bears linebacker Khalil Mack is fourth in jersey sales.

Rounding out the remainder of the top 10 (in order) are Saquon Barkley, Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, Daniel Jones and JuJu Smith-Schuster. The top 10 really didn't change much from last year, with only two player changes.

Brady also sat atop jersey sales for 2018, while Mack finished second. Mahomes was third, followed by Elliott and Barkley at fourth and fifth, respectively. Brees (sixth), Baker Mayfield (seventh), Carson Wentz (eighth), Prescott (ninth) and Smith-Schuster (10th) rounded out the top 10.

And in 2017, Brady was second in jersey sales behind only Wentz. Prescott finished third. Elliott (fifth) and Rodgers (sixth) also found themselves in the top 10.

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In 2017, Brady captured his third MVP award en route to leading the New England Patriots to a Super Bowl LII appearance. He won his sixth Super Bowl ring last season, helping the Pats narrowly escape the Los Angeles Rams.

Mahomes had one of the greatest seasons ever in 2018, winning the MVP award after tossing 5,097 yards and 50 touchdowns against just 12 interceptions. Prior to a knee injury he suffered in Week 7 against the Denver Broncos, Mahomes was a leading candidate to win MVP once again.

The Chiefs quarterback figures to land the richest NFL contract in history when his next deal eventually runs up. And if Mahomes continues this ridiculous pace we've seen through two seasons, it won't be long until he eventually takes over Brady as the top jersey seller.

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