Russell Wilson has benefited from working with a mental conditioning coach in recent offseasons.
Trevor Moawad showed Wilson footage of all his successful fourth-quarter comebacks instead of replaying the interception he threw against the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl in 2015. That is just one of his tactics.
"It's his ability to see that as part of his DNA going back to high school, he's a finisher," Moawad said. "He's always finished. He's a world-class finisher. It's who he is. It's how he's been able to do what he does.
"He knows that that's what he's about. It was never really anything that needed to be re-framed. It was an isolated play, and you're gonna have isolated great plays and isolated bad plays. You're ultimately gonna be measured by what you do next. I think that the discipline based on the offseason that he had last year gave him a great opportunity to make his next moment great."
Moawad and Wilson first connected during the pre-draft process in 2012 and have had a relationship ever since.
"He’s been huge," Wilson said of Moawad. "He sends me highlights every week. But more importantly, Trevor really challenges me mentally, gives me visions of where I want to go and who I want to be and how I want to do it. I think that’s what makes Trevor so great."