"I think David's been with us long enough now that he understands the calls, understands where the point needs to be, and he's had enough game experience under his belt to where he's really confident now, the guys trust him," Kelce said. "I think he's just a very resilient guy who's been in a lot of tough situations before. I think a guy who's had a lot of adversity throughout his life [including losing his mother, Gail, to breast cancer when David was in the seventh grade], and he's overcome it each time . . . He's done a great job in here, being thrust into a very difficult situation. He's only gotten better every single week."
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