1. Wyatt Teller
Looks like the Cleveland Browns might’ve found their right guard.
Wyatt Teller was the incumbent at the position, but no one would’ve been surprised to see the lineman replaced, especially since he was one of John Dorsey’s guys. The ex-GM acquired Teller in a trade last season and the former Buffalo Bill finished out the season as the starter.
Teller ended up being the Browns best lineman on Sunday, turning in a team-high grade of 91. 2, according to PFF.
Quarterback Baker Mayfield only faced pressure on nine of his 39 pass attempts, which bolsters Teller’s profile.
Granted, I think teams have figured out that the best way to contain Mayfield is to let him throw front he pocket, and if that was their strategy, the Ravens executed it to a tee. That said, there’s still players trying to bowl the line over and Teller held his ground.