This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of DICK'S Sporting Goods . All opinions are 100% mine.
Are you a huge NFL football fan? Then you have to check out the Jersey Report from DICK's Sporting Goods to see where you favorite team and players stand!
Football is big business, and a huge part of American culture. Every Sunday (and Monday and Thursday), millions of people gather around their TVs and root for their favorite team and cheer on their favorite players.
And many of those people are clad in gear supporting their team or favorite player. At one time, we wore our Chargers jerseys every Sunday. Even our daughter had her own gear!
DICK’S Sporting Goods is the largest sporting goods retailer in the country, and they sell a ton of jerseys. That's why DICK's decided to create a Jersey Report five years ago.
The Jersey Report is based upon the total sales of NFL jerseys at DICK'S Sporting Goods. You can look at it kind of like a popularity contest. You can see how popular your favorite player is, or find an underdog to support.
The Jersey Report is broken down by top jerseys overall, offense, defense, rookies and teams by week, 30 days and season (the season starts on draft day). And every week, DICK's analyzes their sales information to pull out cool facts to share. For example, they shared that rookie Casron Wentz is leading the NFC in jersey sales.
To make the Jersey Report more accessible, they created a widget this year. That way people can embed the widget on their websites and blogs, so it can be shared with all NFL fans across the web.
I went to go check out the Jersey Report on the DICK's Sporting Goods website, and thought it was pretty cool. It's pretty crazy that even after all of these year's Tom Brady is still in the top 5.
And I was also surprised to that my hometown team didn't make the top 10. Okay, maybe I wasn't surprised. Disappointed may be a better word.
It's pretty cool to be able to see how your favorite NFL teams and players stack up. If you love NFL (or your husband does) and love data and analytics, then pop over to the DICK's Sporting Goods website to see the Jersey Report.