With just 93 days until kickoff, let’s debate which No. 93 in Jacksonville Jaguars history you’d rather have on your team — Bobby McCray or Tyson Alualu?
Bobby McCray (2004-2007)
Bobby McCray played at a premium position and averaged 5.5 sacks per season in his four-year career in Jacksonville, including a 10-sack season in 2006, which was his only full-time starting gig with the Jaguars. McCray’s value was higher, but he only started 29 games for the Jaguars.
Tyson Alualu (2010-2016)
This was probably the closest debate so far as Tyson Alualu, who had a disappointing start to his career, came into his own late in his career with the Jaguars and found a place in the team’s defensive line rotation. He's an incredibly valuable and versatile player, who can play any position along the line. With 110 games played to his name, along with 17.5 sacks, Alualu has to be the better No. 93, right?
In their prime, who would you rather have on your team?
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