Brandon Beane admitting fault & not learning from his mistakes. in The Stadium Wall Posted February 14 2 hours ago, JohnNord said: The part about Teller is a lot of hindsight. They traded him because he was a 5th round pick that had value and couldn’t beat out Quinton Spain. He probably wasn’t going to make the team and they likely couldn’t keep him on the PS, so they made the deal. That’s it Clearly they should have been more patient with him, but he was not the same player he was turned out to be in Cleveland. He wasn’t… that happens. If you are going to fault Beane and McDermott’s drafting, it should be how they have prioritized defense over offense and have been largely unsuccessful. Agreed and Teller has thrived in a run first - heavy run offense - which the Bills would not have been. Teller still struggles when the Browns are forced to throw and teams don’t respect the run. His pass blocking is not great and although he might be a slight improvement here - I doubt he is anywhere near the same player on a pass heavy - pass first team.