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Peyton Manning's bobblehead was among NFL's top selling merchandise this year

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People really like big head Peyton Manning toys.

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Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning led player bobblehead sales for the fiscal year 2015, according to the NFLPI, the marketing and licensing arm of the NFLPA.

People apparently love big head Peyton Manning figurines, enough to make parody Twitter accounts of them (although the most popular one, formerly @PeytonsHead, recently evolved into @BigHeadSports). Manning was also second in jersey sales:

There are two different Manning bobbleheads on NFLShop.com, both going for $29.95.

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