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Carson Wentz jersey the top seller across NFL since Sunday

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Greeny amazed by Wentz's 'instant stardom' (2:03)

Mike & Mike react to Eagles QB Carson Wentz having the top-selling jersey in the NFL, as well as President Barack Obama being advised by Joe Biden to get on the Wentz bandwagon. (2:03)

PHILADELPHIA -- There were some Carson Wentz shirts and jerseys sprinkled throughout Lincoln Financial Field Sunday for the Philadelphia Eagles home opener against the Cleveland Browns, but most of the fans donning green sported throwbacks, from No. 5 (Donovan McNabb) to No. 20 (Brian Dawkins) to No. 7 (Michael Vick).

Expect to see plenty more of No. 11 soon.

According to Fanatics, which runs NFL Shop (the league's official merchandise website) and powers over 300 stores for all the major sports leagues, Wentz's jersey has been the top seller across the company's platform of e-commerce sites since this weekend, thanks in large part to a 278-yard, two-touchdown performance against Cleveland.

Wentz was the top-selling Eagles player during the offseason as well, according to Fanatics.

The rookie's debut has created buzz both locally and nationally. Beyond Philadelphia, the top markets for Wentz merchandise are New York, Washington, Baltimore and Los Angeles.

Here is a look at the top-selling NFL players for Fanatics since Sunday:

1. Carson Wentz

2. Odell Beckham Jr.

3. Tom Brady

4. Dak Prescott

5. Antonio Brown

Prescott, another rookie signal-caller, followed up a strong preseason with a 25-for-45, 227-yard outing for the Cowboys in their opening-day loss to the New York Giants. Beckham led all receivers in that game with 73 yards on four catches. Brown is coming off a huge game against the Washington Redskins in which he caught eight balls for 126 yards and two touchdowns in a Pittsburgh Steelers win on Monday Night Football.

Brady is suspended for the first four games of the season.

No jersey is hotter than Wentz's at the moment. Following the win over the Browns on Sunday, he was asked if he was ready for the type of reaction his performance was sure to bring.

"I mean, we'll see what happens," he said. "Obviously, it's kind of all part of it. At the end of the day for me, it's still just about playing football. I've got to block out the noise -- both good and bad -- and just get back to work. That's what it's about. And the goal is to go 1-0 each week."