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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Jason Kelce
Keeping key parts of their offense together for a long time is clearly a priority for the Philadelphia Eagles.
A day after the Philadelphia Eagles dominated Dallas, Andy Reid wore a Jason mask throughout a 10-minute interview on the team's website.
Protecting Michael Vick is such a concern for the Philadelphia Eagles, they've overhauled their offensive line.
"The numbers just sounded right," Kelce said.
"These last five games? I think they'll show the character," rookie center Jason Kelce said Monday. "Whenever you're facing adversity, or whenever you're put in a situation where it's tough, you don't know what the outcome is going to be for the year and everything else. I think true character. Everybody can play when you're up and when things are going well, but when you're backed into a corner, when you're down, that's when true character shows."