NFL



Racial Prejudice in the NFL

Author: Sam Mestel (Weinberg ’20) Introduction According to a 2018 US Census Bureau report, only 13.4% of the United States population can trace their ancestry to sub-Saharan Africa. So how is it that almost 75%…


Are Super Bowl Hangovers a Real Phenomenon?

Authors: Stefano Gamba (’21) and Avery Morris (McCormick ’22)     En lieu of the surprising Super Bowl win by the Philadelphia Eagles, we sought to explore whether or not a team winning a Super…


How the 2011 CBA Affected Parity in the NFL

Authors: Alexandra Gold (Weinberg ’22) and Samuel Mestel (Weinberg ’20)   This year, NFL games are closer and more competitive than before. Two games in the first two weeks of the season ended in ties…




Does Tenure Affect Decision Making in the NFL?

Author: Jack Stummer (Weinberg ’20) Conventional wisdom tells us that in an NFL football game, teams should act in point maximizing ways. That is, coaches should make decisions in order to maximize their team’s total…