This is not a real place, but the San Francisco 49ers quarterback can take solace in that fact that, if there was such a jurisdiction, he would enjoy all the finest meats and cheeses.
Kaepernick's No. 7 remained NFLShop.com's top-selling jersey in the period spanning from April 1 through Sept. 30. The biggest jersey mover was Peyton Manning, who moved up three spots since June and leapfrogged Russell Wilson into second place.
Apparently, playing quarterback like God is good for moving team-licensed apparel.
J.J. Watt (No. 9) and Drew Brees (No. 10) are newcomers to the top 10, replacing the retired Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher. On the bright side, Lewis and Urlacher now get to fake laugh on pregame shows.
One final thought: There still are humans in New England who don't own a Tom Brady jersey? This is shocking. Clearly, Bostonians now are buying Tommy jerseys for each day of the week.