Frank Clark has 12 postseason sacks, tied with Reggie White for fourth all-time

AFC Divisional Playoffs - Jacksonville Jaguars v Kansas City Chiefs
Getty Images

Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark is establishing himself as one of the most productive pass rushers in NFL playoff history.

Clark sacked Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence on Saturday, the 12th sack of Clark’s postseason career. That moves him into a tie with Reggie White for the fourth-most ever.

The all-time record for postseason sacks is 16, set by Willie McGinest during his 18 playoff games with the Patriots. Second all-time is 14.5 by Bruce Smith, who played in 20 postseason games with the Bills. And the third most is 12.5, set by Terrell Suggs in his 18 postseason games with the Ravens. (Suggs also played in three postseason games with the Chiefs, but didn’t record a sack in any of them.)

Clark had three sacks in five postseason games with the Seahawks and now has nine in 10 postseason games with the Chiefs.

10 responses to “Frank Clark has 12 postseason sacks, tied with Reggie White for fourth all-time

  1. He’s a 3 time domestic abuser as well that Goodell mysteriously has protected, along with others in a long line from Javon Belcher, to Kareem Hunt and to Tyreek Hill. I am probably forgetting some others.

  2. He’s a 3 time domestic abuser as well that Goodell mysteriously has protected, along with others in a long line from Javon Belcher, to Kareem Hunt and to Tyreek Hill. I am probably forgetting some others

    And you can prove all of that garbage……right

  3. The all time record for postseason sacks is by Harvey Martin with 17.5 … Unofficial of course. He should be in the HOF …

  4. I know the NFL didn’t count sacks in 1975 but it felt like LC Greenwood had 16 sacks alone in Super Bowl 9 against Fran Tarkenton!

  5. How many sacks is that per millions of dollars he’s stolen from teams over the years?

  6. For those of you with interest you might find it interesting to know that the bells NFLs stat department has been going back and gathering that data for their tool so we will soon (ish) have official numbers for all those guys. I think they have completed back to 1980 at this point last I heard on it.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.