Browns: 3 candidates for PFF’s most improved list in 2021

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3 Browns who could be on PFF’s “Most improved” list in 2021.

With PFF declaring Wyatt Teller its most improved player on the Browns, I went ahead and put together a list of three players who could be awarded the accolade by the Analytics Bible after the completion of next season.

Teller was deserving, and was eally was a gift from nowhere. Many viewed the right guard spot as a liability entering the season. Teller was sound during the end of the 2019 campaign, but he still posted a final grade of 56.7.

Yet, when it was all said and done, Teller ended the 2020 season as the NFL’s highest graded guard, according to PFF. He also earned a mark of 93.6 in run blocking, the highest score PFF has given out since 2013.

The Browns bolstered their line in free agency by signing Jack Conklin and by drafting Jedrick Wills, but the emergence of Teller is what really made the offensive line the strength of the team.

So, who could be on the list after next season, when the Browns are celebrating a Super Bowl title? Here’s three potential candidates.