“At the opening of the 2015 football season, there were more than 200 American Samoans on rosters of Division I college football teams. Twenty-eight were slated to play in the NFL. If you begin to count other Polynesians — Pacific Islanders from Hawaii, Tonga, Easter Island, and New Zealand — the impact is even greater: Five of the first 66 players selected in the NFL’s 2015 draft were Polynesian.” In California Sunday Magazine, Mike Sager on how a tiny island produces so many professional football players: The Samoan Pipeline. (My kids are half Samoan and half Jewish. So they hit people really hard and then feel guilty about it later.)