Evan McPherson’s jersey is sold out, indefinitely

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The Colts once had a liquored-up kicker, allegedly. The Bengals have a kicker who are making people act like they’re liquored-up.

Evan McPherson, an unlikely star of the 2021 postseason, has caused a rush on his jerseys. They’re sold out; via Brooks Sutherland of the Cincinnati Enquirer, the team’s pro shop says they won’t be getting more of them “anytime soon.”

The team also has run out of blank jerseys for customization with McPherson’s name and number (or anyone else’s name and number).

McPherson, a 22-year-old Alabama native, was a fifth-round pick in the 2021 draft. He has made eight field goals on eight attempts during the 2021 playoffs.

18 responses to “Evan McPherson’s jersey is sold out, indefinitely

  1. >>The team also has run out of blank jerseys for customization with McPherson’s name and number (or anyone else’s name and number).

    Barring a supply chain disruption from China, I would think they will be back in stock soon.

  2. 4 years ago, bengals fans were nowhere to be seen. Stadium was empty. Typical bandwagon fans

  3. B.U.B. – a great QB will do that for a fan base. Hang in there and maybe some day you will have one as well. Join the party, it’s hella fun!

  4. broughtupbrowns says:
    January 25, 2022 at 1:39 pm
    4 years ago, bengals fans were nowhere to be seen. Stadium was empty. Typical bandwagon fans
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    4 years ago the Browns went 0-16.

    I live in Cleveland and went to a couple games that year. Lots of empty seats. Expect more empty seats next year.

    Bandwagon? That’s funny.

  5. No such thing as a bengals front runner, no fan base has suffered more than us except maybe the lions. Leave it to a typical hating browns fan to try to preach ignorance though. . Get used to continue being the bengals doormat for the future.

  6. broughtupbrowns says:
    January 25, 2022 at 1:39 pm
    4 years ago, bengals fans were nowhere to be seen. Stadium was empty. Typical bandwagon fans.
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    Hate to bust your bubble, but Cincinnati is surrounded by rural area unlike Cleveland. In the rural area these people are poor. If they are going to spend their only few dollars they have to waste, why would they spend it on a team they were sure was going to lose? Ya, that makes a lot of sense. How about coming down to these small towns and listen when the Bengals win a game. Firework are going off everywhere, people are yelling in all the houses down the street. Cincinnati isn’t full of bandwagon fans, but rather poor fans who don’t want to spend their few dollars on a losing product.

  7. Wait until he misses a kick… they’ll burn his jersey just like cleveland burned lebrons.

  8. So McPherson can NOW Change his Jersey number and not pay a dime to the NFL . Ha

  9. That’s actually pretty cool. I’m pulling for the Bengals from this group of four. It would be pretty amazing to see them pull it all off.

  10. ok R E L A X world Hes a kicker Lots of kickers make kicks that long Was not like it was 65 yards into crosswind in the rain That’s Cincy for you, just not much going on there

  11. Good for him! Love the Bengals since I moved from Fairfield to Florida. Who Dey?? i hope we get a great game this weekend and take out the Cheifs

  12. Bengals fans couldn’t name 5 players on the team prior to burrows arrival. Don’t worry, he’ll get trounced this weekend.

  13. Giving sustained financial support to any professional team that underperforms is the very definition of socialism. Want your team to be good? Tune out, turn them off, change the channel.

    No fan base should support a professional sports team if they have been horrible for more than a few years without making actual moves to improve the team. And Cincinnati is the home of one of the worst owners for milking as much money out of the NFL and fanbase as any.

    And the NFL’s tv deals allow an owner like Brown, Snyder, et. al., to continue to put out subpar teams for decades without any real consequence.

    They only way to force a team to get better is to ignore them.

  14. broughtupbrowns says:

    January 25, 2022 at 2:32 pm

    Bengals fans couldn’t name 5 players on the team prior to burrows arrival. Don’t worry, he’ll get trounced this weekend.

    Can you name me 5 players from the Browns 0-16 season. didn’t think so

  15. Peyton Manning slagging his kicker for his playoff failures will never get old. Forgotten by many, nonetheless indicative of his thin skin.
    Mike Vanderjagt was right in his criticism then and it remained true throughout most of Manning’s career, regardless of his supposed insobriety.

  16. That’s really cool. I hope both fans that bought his jersey appreciate it.

    In all seriousness though, how many jerseys are produced for different players and positions? Obviously the stars and QBs get a lot of inventory, but what about a regular, hard-working player who isn’t in commercials and just shows up every day to grind it out?

  17. malcomreynolds says:

    January 25, 2022 at 4:35 pm

    Peyton Manning slagging his kicker for his playoff failures will never get old. Forgotten by many, nonetheless indicative of his thin skin.
    Mike Vanderjagt was right in his criticism then and it remained true throughout most of Manning’s career, regardless of his supposed insobriety.

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    Fun fact: Peyton was 3-2 vs Brady in the playoffs, with all his wins coming in the AFC title game.

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