Chiefs DE Frank Clark Takes Shot at Derrick Henry's Running Style

Can somebody please explain the logic with impending Tennessee Titans opponents scandalizing Derrick Henry?

Earl Thomas dabbled in that lunacy ahead of the Divisional Round last week, and the NFL's rushing champ responded with a plethora of devastating stiff arms while carving up Baltimore for 195 yards.

Well, as the Kansas City Chiefs prep to face the unstoppable Alabama product, edge rusher Frank Clark brazenly asserted that Henry isn't difficult to wrestle to the turf. The full quote is quite shocking.

Somewhere in Kansas City, thousands of Chiefs fans just unleashed a deafening scream to the heavens. What good does Clark think could possibly come out of this?

We're talking about a RB that has compiled 588 yards on the ground in his last three games, all of which were must-wins, by the way. That's good for a mind-rattling average of 196 yards.

To make Clark's comments all the more farcical is the fact that Henry ran ALL over KC's defense the last time these teams met, logging 188 yards and two TDs on 23 carries in a 35-32 Titans upset.

That's the question we've been trying to answer.

In the simplest of terms, no defense has been capable of tacking the 6-foot-3, 247-pound behemoth of late. And Clark decides to feed him more motivation to barrel over and bounce off Chiefs if he needed more.

The Titans and Chiefs will kick off at 3:05 p.m. ET on Sunday at Arrowhead, and all eyes will now be on Clark to see if he puts his money where his mouth is.