Ndamukong Suh is a unique individual in so many ways, and today he demonstrated and explained to me when he realized he had a photographic memory and how he uses it to his advantage when preparing for a game.
I brought a pair of screen shots and had him analyze what he saw and predict what might happen with the play. He was correct on both occasions.
After we talked about his guest appearance at a wheelchair basketball game and looked ahead to the matchup with the Titans, I put him on the spot and tested his recall to see if he could remember what he saw in the first screen shot I had shown him from last Sunday's game.
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