Originally Posted by FuzzyLumpkins
Your analysis is worthless considering the sample size especially when only considering Super Bowl winners.
I didn't limit my sample size to Super Bowl winners. My data cast a far wider net. Indeed the study at pro-football-reference looked at well over a thousand players.
And it's not just football...
Massively thorough saber-metric studies have demonstrated that baseball players peak at 27-29 and "gradually decline after that."
"NBA players peak at 24 years old and basically stay at that level until they turn 25, at which point they start declining.” This according to a study by David Berri, discussed here:
Other studies suggest age 27 for the peak.
TRACK AND FIELD
For Track and Field, peak sprinting age has been found to be in the lower-mid twenties, with endurance events having older peak ages.
Just 24! See the link above