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New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones was the top selling jersey in the NFL just hours after the rookie was.
Jersey sales of the number 6 overall pick jumped over 500 percent on Tuesday, according to Fanatics, the sports apparel shop that stocks the official NFL and Giants fan shop.
The news of the change came Tuesday morning, when Head Coach Pat Shurmur announced that the team would bench franchise icon Eli Manning in favor of the rookie after an 0-2 start to the season for Big Blue. For the entire day, Jones' jersey reigned supreme over NFL jersey sales.
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Manning still remains the highest-selling Giants jersey of all time for Fanatics, but Tuesday indicated that fans — much like the organization — are looking to the future.
Jones will make his first career start against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.
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