According to ESPN, Jersey #10, the Washington Redskins jersey of rookie QB Robert Griffin III, is the fastest selling jersey of all time for single season sales.
The NFL will not provide specific sales numbers but did say that Griffin moved into the top spot by overtaking Brett Favre, who previously held the record for most jerseys sold in a year twice -- with the New York Jets in 2008 and the Minnesota Vikings in 2009.
What makes Griffin's accomplishment even more impressive is that the NFL's fiscal year runs from April 1 to March 31, meaning that he has the league's highest-selling jersey with 3½ months to spare.
Moore rookie records from the wonder kid from Texas. Griffin's status for this week's game against division rival Philadelphia is still uncertain. Griffin missed the win last week against Cleveland and suffering an MCL sprain against Baltimore.