4. Gerald McCoy
Here is a guy that needs very little introduction.
McCoy was the third overall pick in the 2010 draft and has been every bit as productive as a third pick should be. At least that’s what the numbers say.
After a slow start to his career, he came into his own in 2012. That year was the first of four straight Pro Bowl appearances. He posted 31.5 sacks during that period between 2012-2015, and was named first team All-Pro in 2013. For his career, McCoy has recorded 42 sacks.
So, why is he only fourth? At times, he has been silent in big games. That may change now that he has help up front in the form of Ayers and Spence, but it has been a problem in the past so he remains at number four.