Since his two-touchdown, 278-yard performance on Sunday, September 11th, against the Cleveland Browns, no other player in the NFL has sold more jerseys than Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz.

ESPN spoke to Fanatics, the company that runs NFL Shop and other NFL merchandise outlets, and they stated that there had been more Wentz jerseys sold following his team's victory over the Cleveland Browns than any other player.

Fanatics also stated that Wentz had the top-selling Philadelphia Eagles jersey in the offseason, as well.

Wentz wasn't the only rookie to show up in the top five, though, as Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott had the fourth highest selling jersey since the weekend.

The top five is rounded out by New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (2nd), New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (3rd), and Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (5th).