You know the old saying among Packers fans, “get Kenny Clark some help!”
For the last few seasons now, the Green Bay interior defensive line has lacked consistent production from players not named Clark. The further emergence of Kingsley Keke in Year 3 would certainly provide this unit with a welcomed boost and more production, but it’s the addition of TJ Slaton in the fifth round of this year’s draft that could unlock an even more impactful Clark—a scary proposition for any opposing offense.
Under former defensive coordinator Mike Pettine, Clark was the primary nose tackle. The reason being that he was really the only player on this defensive front that fit that role.