Despite the list of items the NFL has released as measures to improve the problem, there are certainly more questions than answers at this point.
Sports teams fall prey to the commitment principle. Frequently, they fail to understand the idea of sunk costs. Once they have committed, they are reluctant to drop a player.
I would always back the guy willing to split 10s at the blackjack table because it is the right thing to do over the guy that stands on 16 simply because that's what everyone else does.
The more transcendent the father, the more average the son, it seems. Below, we'll compare the college averages of the paterfamilias to the accrued stats of the offspring.
It used to be future fighters fought their way out of the ghetto because the athletic kids really had few other options. Now they do.
No, American friends, France is not a country of "cheaters." The affair of Thierry Henry's hand, the scandal of the France-Ireland game that we won, but should have lost, has outraged many in Paris.
The NBA season is less than 4 weeks old but analyzing the play by play data from each game enables us to obtain many interesting insights.
The media needs to stop glamorizing the violent aspects of the NFL game. As this week's headlines on head trauma suggest, this is bigger than football.
The Mahercor mouth guard isn't a cure for all head trauma. But it's a great start and it seems odd that the league doesn't use its two-minute drill to get some relief where it exists right now.