1. Wyatt Teller
It probably took a little longer than the Cleveland Browns would’ve liked, but the organization has found it’s right tackle of the present and future in Wyatt Teller.
Former GM John Dorsey acquired Teller in a trade with the Bills last season, and all it cost was a a fifth- and sixth-round pick. Dorsey missed on Austin Corbett in the second round of the 2018 draft, but he cleaned that mess up nicely by getting a Teller.
For really the third game in a row, Teller was a people mover, especially when asked to pull. When he does this, the end result is him usually putting an opposing defender on his back.
Dorsey didn’t get to reap the fruit that Teller is providing, but his play has solicited the Browns’ line as a strength of the team. It was supposed to be, following the signing of right tackle of Jack Conklin and drafting Jedrick Wills, but having Teller play at an elite level takes it to another level.