Sean McVay has displayed the incredible ability to recall basically anything from memory right on the spot numerous times this season. Whether it be specific plays from a game that just completed or plays going years back, McVay remembers what happened in vivid detail.
During Monday’s Super Bowl Opening Night, one reporter gave the Rams head coach the ultimate memory test and quizzed McVay about specific plays from his high school days at Marist in Atlanta … 16 years ago.
The game McVay was asked about was a 2003 state semi-final game, and McVay remembered the play. Of course he did.
McVay answered with zero hesitation:
“Roll-out pass right. Anderson Russell caught it for a big touchdown. It kind of got tipped, actually, when he was running a wheel right down the right sideline.”
It really makes you think about the coaches who “need to watch the tape.”
He remembered plays from 16 years ago.