"He's not hard to hit. He's just a big guy," Clark said, according to NFL Network's "Good Morning Football." "240, 250, 260 (pounds) - honestly, he should be running harder at his weight and at his size. I don't see no difficulty tackling him. ...
"He's just easy to me up front because I don't look at any running back like they can't be tackled. He's not one of the best guys at breaking tackles to me, honestly."
Henry has taken the NFL by storm recently. The 26-year-old amassed 959 yards and 11 touchdowns in 152 carries through the final seven games of the regular season before rushing for the most yards in any two-game span in playoff history (377) against the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens.
Henry has gained 1,567 yards after contact (including postseason games), the most in a single season since 2006, per PFF.
Clark, meanwhile, has been a key piece of the Chiefs' emerging defensive unit. He closed 2019 with four sacks and one forced fumble in the final seven games of the year and recorded three sacks in the divisional round against the Houston Texans.
Kansas City has allowed an average of 13.8 points per game since the team's bye in Week 13. Over the entire regular season, the Chiefs averaged 19.2 points and 349.6 yards allowed per tilt, which ranked seventh and 17th in the league, respectively.
The AFC West club conceded 128.2 rushing yards per contest, seventh-worst in the NFL.
The Chiefs and Titans met in Week 10. Henry rushed for 188 yards and two touchdowns to help Tennessee clinch a 35-32 home victory.