Dick's Sports Goods released their top selling jerseys for the 2015-2016 NFL season, and Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill came out on top in the state of Florida. Tannehill's jersey was the 39th best seller across the entire league, up from 42 the last time Dick's released their rankings.
The top selling jersey for the season was New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, followed by Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr., and Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, who had been the top two jerseys in the previous rankings fell to seventh and eighth during the season. Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who had been third, saw a similar tumble, coming in as the tenth-best selling jersey.
The Dolphins were ranked as the 24th best selling team in terms of jerseys during the season, up one position from the previous rankings, but still last in the AFC East. The Patriots were first overall, the Buffalo Bills were 13th, and the New York Jets were 22nd.
Other Dolphins to make the rankings included defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, who was ranked 77th overall, up from 136th; wide receiver DeVante Parker, ranked 144th and new to the list; tight end Jordan Cameron, ranked 147th and also new to the list; and defensive end Cameron Wake, 165th down from 146th.
What is surprising is, wide receiver Jarvis Landry does not appear on the rankings at all.
You can check out the entire list, as well as the top selling jersey from each state, by clicking here.