RG Wyatt Teller
If there is an overarching bright spot for the game, it is the offensive line. From being absolutely atrocious from a year ago under Kitchens, Baker Mayfield found himself with plenty of time, and both Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt averaged over five and a half yards per carry. More specifically, there was one area of concern left on that unit entering the season after the tackles were upgraded significantly with the addition of both Jedrick Wills and Jack Conklin.
After starting the final nine games of the year in 2019, and coming along nicely near the end of the season, Wyatt Teller entered the 2020 season with a firm grasp on the right guard job. After second-year player Drew Forbes opted out, Teller became solidified in that spot. Not only did he solidify himself as a starter this summer, but he shot down any doubt with his performance.
As the Browns look to continue to establish their offensive identity and install their new offensive system, having a rock solid offensive line (all five across) is going to benefit them greatly.
Going up against a defensive front consisting of Geno Atkins, D.J. Reader, Carlos Dunlap, Sam Hubbard, and Carl Lawson, the Browns will need this unit (and Teller) to piece together another strong performance on Thursday night.