Former Florida Gator Quarterback Tim Tebow, is taking the NFL by storm.
There has been a tremendous amount of discussions regarding the opinion of professionals regarding Tim Tebow here of late, well it appears the fans have spoken.
No sooner than Tebow emerging on the scene as a Denver Broncos Quarterback, did he manage to excel past every quarterback in the league with the marketing punch of being No. 1 in Jersey sales in the NFL.
This achievement has emerged from the list of the best-selling player jerseys on NFLShop.com for the period of April 1st through June 30th.
Tebow is a marketing machine. This phenomena has not been seen since the 2006 NFL draft when Super Bowl Champ Reggie Bush was selected by the Saints.
Tebow has accelerated past the Patriots:
- Tom Brady at No. 14, his lowest level since 2006,
- Vikings: Brett Favre at No. 6
- Cowboys: Tony Romo at No. 5
- Colts: Peyton Manning at No. 4
- Saints: Drew Brees at No. 3
- Redskins: Donovan McNabb finished at No. 2
Tebow was not even a Broncos Quarterback until well into the month of April, the 22nd to be exact and he still managed to kill it in Jersey sales having been ranked No. 1 for that month.
Philadelphia Eagles Kevin Kolb, who is replacing McNabb this season, has also replaced Micheal Vick in the top 25 of Jersey sales. Kolbs’ Jersey ranks 24th best in the league.
Two other rookies managed to find themselves in the top ten of jersey sales the past three months.
No. 8 Detroit Lions: Ndamukong Suh will wear Jersey No. 90
No. 9 St. Louis Rams Sam Bradford will wear Jersey No. 8
Our honorable rookie Jersey mention, falls to No. 15, Dallas Cowboy WR Dez Bryant.
Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin discussed the importance of the No. 88 with the rookie receiver.
In an effort to not let a crisis go to waste, wait sorry wrong story, in an effort not to let his fame go to waste, The philanthropist has been hard at work racking in the dough for his Tim Tebow Foundation.
Tebow was in Florida over the weekend selling autographs and pictures for his ministry to orphanages all over the world. An estimated 1,500 people showed up to cheer the Heisman Trophy winner as he received the "Key to the City" by the Mayor of Fort Pierce.