3. Cleveland Browns RG Wyatt Teller
Next to Conklin, Wyatt Teller didn’t have the best game, either. He was flagged for holding, and really, he couldn’t have had another that went missed by officials.
Per Pro Football Focus, Teller posts a grade of 65.4, which is considered backup level play.
No one’s seeking to replace Teller on the line, but with free agency approaching, where Teller is expected to find himself out of Cleveland’s price range, the shine of the one-time PFF analytical darling is softening a little.
For the third time in four games, Teller was graded out as a “backup” level player.
PFF may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but when it comes to rating linemen on a game-by-game basis, their date gives a way to measure performance.
Against the Bears, Teller finished with a game grade of 65.6, while against the Texans his score was72.9. He was at 62.4 against the Chiefs.
He was one of the bright spots of the 2020 season as he’d maul would-be tacklers as the pulling guard. Now, his biggest highlight is that of Baker Mayfield tying his shoe. Hopefully, things starting trending back up for big right guard.