3. Wyatt Teller
Some Bills fans reading this may be wondering why on earth the team would give up on Wyatt Teller after only one season in the NFL after using a fifth-round pick in 2018 on the Virginia Tech product.
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But when it comes to the NFL, this actually happens quite often, especially if Los Angeles were to offer Buffalo a future draft pick that was too tempting to turn down.
Like most teams, the Bills selected Teller with the intention of providing better protection at quarterback on the offensive line, and it was exciting to watch the guard eventually work his way into the starting lineup later on as a rookie.
By starting the final seven games of the 2018 season, one would assume that Buffalo would continue developing Teller to make sure he’s a key factor to the offensive line for years to come, which is a fair assumption.
However, the Bills did sign Quinton Spain during free agency after looking at the impact he made over the last four seasons as a member of the Tennessee Titans, meaning Teller is currently the backup left guard at the moment on the depth chart.
Expectations are high for Joseph Noteboom to take a major leap into the starting role during his second NFL season in 2019, but for the Rams, it never hurts to have a reliable backup plan just in case things fail to work out the way they plan.
Plus, if Teller were part of the picture, this could even benefit the Rams even more when it comes to providing a little extra competition for Noteboom to potentially help the guard elevate his level of play to a new level.