Kenneth Clark talked during Utah week.
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On a career-high in sacks:
It was good. Something I've never done before. Getting that, it made me happy. I could see myself develop into what I want to.
On what he does as a DT to get sacks:
Relentless effort. You have to be relentless in there. Trust the guys around you. The outside guys stepped up. Its a team game. We all help out each other. Everybody knows what everybody means to this team. Pushing the pocket, getting to the quarterback.
On if this is the pass-rusher he envisioned himself:
Yeah, I wanted to work on a lot of things, like my power. I'm a strong, powerful guy. I have to start working things off my power and use my strengths. I'm trying to get better every day.
On being used differently:
It depends on the situation and what's going on at that moment. A lot of times, I end up in the 3, or I back up off the ball, a lot of things happen. I just have to do things differently.
On Devontae Booker:
That's the best running back we'll play all year. He's a tremendous athlete. You can't arm tackle because he'll run through arm tackles. He's just a powerful runner. He's fast. He has good balance. If you hit him, he stays on his feet. We have to do a good job of hitting him and our linebackers have to be in their gaps.