Tom Brady, Marshawn Lynch Lead Offseason Jersey Sales

Apparently, 'Beastmode' runs the west coast

August 10, 2017
Tom Brady sets to throw a pass during minicamp at Gillette Stadium practice field / Marshawn Lynch (24) carries the ball during training camp at the Napa Valley Marriott.

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It's a @beastmode takeover out West... -- (via @officialnflshop)

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Marshawn Lynch deciding to come out of retirement to join his hometown Raiders has apparently proven that no matter which west coast city he plays in, 'Beastmode' runs the Pacific. The NFL's online store,, says Lynch's number 24 jersey was the top sold in seven states out west, including California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, and Alaska.

Lynch's new Raiders jersey was second only to the Patriot's iconic number 12. Tom Brady took the top spot in offseason jersey sales, capturing 14 states including all of New England, West Virginia, Illinois, Indiana, Alabama, Florida, Montana, New Mexico, and Hawaii. The rest of the top 5 featured the Cowboys dynamic young duo of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, as well as Lynch's new teammate Derek Carr.

Three rookies mananged to top sales in specific states, but none cracked the top 10 of overall sales. They were Steelers and former Pitt Panther running back James Connor in Pennsylvania, New Panthers back Christian McCaffrey in North Carolina, and Texans signal caller and former Clemson Tiger Deshaun Watson in South Carolina.   



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