There’s a lot to like about the Green Bay Packer jerseys.
The colors are nice and the design is great.
But is the Packers uniform the most popular in the league?
Let’s take a look.
The answer, of course, depends on how you measure popularity.
We’re not counting the jerseys worn by players or coaches, nor are we counting the jersey sales that occur each year.
It’s really all about jersey sales.
It makes a difference, right?
To measure the popularity of the Packers uniforms, we looked at the number of players wearing them in the NFL and the number they have on their jerseys.
For example, in the 2011 season, the Packers had 1,539 players wearing their jerseys, with the average player wearing them wearing one each of red, black and white.
The Packers have had just a total of 3,715 players wearing the jersey each year since 2010.
The average jersey sales have averaged about 1,958 per season since 2010, but that average has increased by about 300 per season over the past five years.
If you want to look at how many Packers players have worn their uniform every year, you have to go back to 2010.
That’s when the Packers began selling their jersey through the team’s website, and that number peaked at about 4,000 jersey sales per season in 2011.
Now that’s down to about 3,800 jerseys sold each season, and only about 6,500 of those jerseys have been sold in the past 5 years.
For the first time since 2009, the total number of Packers jerseys sold in 2013 was about 2,400, which is roughly the same number of jerseys as were sold in 2010.
If we look at the total jersey sales for each season since the 2010 season, we find that there have been about 4.6 million Packers jerseys sales.
The overall jersey sales are up almost 4% over the last five years, but it’s important to note that these sales are not uniform across the NFL.
For instance, last year’s numbers were a bit lower than the year before, and there were fewer Packers jerseys in the market.
This year, there are just under 2.8 million Packers jersey sales, with about a half-million sold in 2018 alone.
That said, the sales are higher than the previous two years, with a higher percentage of sales being for the team-specific jerseys.
Last year, the team average jersey was $8.75 per jersey, with teams like the Lions, Packers and Falcons all seeing average jerseys sell for as low as $7.50.
That average is up by $2.50 each, but a higher average jersey is definitely something that fans should be happy about.
The other thing to keep in mind is that the Packers have more than 5 million fans who buy Packers merchandise each season.
Those fans have a tendency to buy a lot of different items, so it’s not like the team is just throwing a bunch of random jerseys on the floor.
The numbers are still impressive, especially when you consider that the team has been selling jerseys for more than 50 years.
In total, the average Packers jersey has sold for about $6,400 since 2010 with the majority of the sales coming from the team jerseys.
If the team had the same average selling jersey sales of 2010, the numbers would be even higher, but they still would be in the neighborhood of $10,000 a season.
The team is still very popular, but the Packers jersey is clearly the most successful franchise in the history of the league.