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Russell Wilson Doesn’t Let Super Bowl Interception Haunt Him

Russell Wilson Interception Interview

We all know what happened to Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks when he was trying to win his 2nd Super Bowl in his 3rd year in the NFL. The Malcolm Butler interception happened, yes, but he tries to move forward to see how he can get better everyday and win another Super Bowl, sooner than later.

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“The mindset of being neutral, the mindset of overcoming, the mindset of coming through, the mindset of — I’m not going to let one play define my career was, to be honest, it changed my career,” Wilson said, as transcribed by Barstool Sports. “I think it changed my career for the better in terms of how I overcome obstacles, how I come through situations, how I get ready and be fully prepared. And I think, you know, that was a critical moment.”

“I think the first year it pops in your head almost every day. But I think, you know, now, you know, for me, I’ve trained my brain every day to know that stuff’s going to happen. It’s a long, it’s a tough journey. And the role that I play, the position that I play, there’s going to be stuff that happens along the way. So, honestly, I don’t think about it. The only time I think about it is when someone either asked me, or when you watch the Super Bowl, they’ll show a clip, and alright, thanks, I get it.”

Written by Sami Jarjour

The Co-Founder of Sports ON Tap & Host of "Stuff That Matters w/ Sami Jarjour" Podcast & Co-Host of "That Being Said Podcast w/ George & Sami Jarjour."

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