Clark made four tackles -- one for a loss -- and two sacks in Thursday's 27-24 win over the Packers. Clark now has 10 sacks through 10 games, tying the mark he set in 2016 through 15 contests. He now ranks third in the league behind only Aaron Donald (12.5) and Danielle Hunter (11.5).
Clark recorded a sack in Sunday's 25-17 loss to the Chargers. Clark's been a pass-rushing menace with 7.5 sacks in eight games, and he'll easily surpass his career high of 10 from two years ago. His IDP value relies on dropping the quarterback, however, since he's posted more than two tackles in just two games this year.
Clark recorded two tackles (one solo), including a sack, and recovered a fumble in Sunday's win over Detroit. Clark now has 6.5 sacks on the season, putting him well on his way to a career year if he can maintain the current pace. Looking ahead to next week, Clark and the Seahawks play host to the Chargers.
Clark made two solo tackles -- one for a loss -- and one interception in Sunday's 33-31 loss to the Rams. It was Clark's first career pick, and it helped replace some IDP value that was lost when he failed to record a sack for the second straight week. Clark continues to be the team's top pass rusher, but his value suffers from averaging just two tackles per game.
Clark (illness) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Clark is currently batting food poisoning, but head coach Pete Carroll seemed confident Friday that the defensive end would be good to go by Sunday. Expect Clark to be a true game-time decision this weekend.