Chris Clemons is Week 15′s Public Enemy #1
Right defensive end Chris Clemons of the Seattle Seahawks has been named this weeks’ Public Enemy #1. Remember this is a badge of honor not something to take away from a player’s abilities. Clemons has been an undrafted journeyman most of his career until he signed with the Seahawks in 2010 and now is under contract til the end of the 2014 season.
This year he is leading the team with nine sacks, however each of the last two years he has had 11 so it seems like he has found his home. Sure he is 31 years old, but who knows some players get better as they age or just seemingly don’t decline, look at linebacker Clay Matthews Jr., father of Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews as Clay Jr. played until he was 40 years old.
Clemons last week had a sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in the smearing of the Arizona Cardinals 58-0 up in Seattle. I think he will have his hands full with Buffalo Bills rookie left tackle Cordy Glenn on Sunday in Toronto as Glenn has played superb this year, but that’s just my take what do you all think? Let me know!
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