Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is an international sensation.

As the San Francisco 49ers are gearing up to do battle with the Arizona Cardinals in Mexico City, it’s the perfect time remind everyone who Mexico’s favorite player really is.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted out a list of NFL Shop Mexico’s top selling jerseys for this season, and Allen leads the charge.

Behind Allen are San Francisco’s George Kittle and Nick Bosa, along with Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt and New England’s Mac Jones.

San Francisco, which is obviously close in proximity to Mexico, has a strong base of supporters. The Steelers and Patriots have been perennial powers in the NFL since the turn of the 21st century, which is why Watt and Jones cracked the top five.

Buffalo is over 2,400 miles from Mexico City. The Bills have never played a game in Mexico, either. Hispanic fans just can’t get enough of Allen, who has appeared in primetime on a frequent basis in the last few years.

Interestingly enough, the NFL’s record for the largest crowd was set in a game played in Mexico.

In fact, 112,376 fans showed up to a preseason game played in 1994 between the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Oilers in Mexico City’s Estadio Azteca. While fútbol is king in Mexico, there are a surprising amount of passionate NFL fans also rooted in the country.

It all goes to show that Allen is one of the most likable players in the game today. Bills Mafia’s reach truly knows no bounds.

Featured image via Mark Konezny – USA TODAY Sports

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