The Cleveland Browns are expected to see the return of their starting right guard when they take on the Houston Texans Sunday.
One thing has been clear one the past three games, the Cleveland Browns miss Wyatt Teller. Teller has been out with a calf injury since Week 5 and the offensive line just has not been the same without him. The good news is that Teller will be back this Sunday when the Browns face the Houston Texans per Kevin Stefanski.
This couldn’t be better timing for Cleveland in regards to the return of Wyatt Teller. Teller’s temporary replacement Chris Hubbard was placed on the COVID-19/reserve list Friday. Cleveland’s offensive line would be in a pretty bad place if Teller was not able to return. Luckily for the Browns they will have their full starting offensive line for their next game. Teller has been a nice surprise for Cleveland and his impact was not truly understood until he was not available. There is a clear difference between Wyatt Teller and Chris Hubbard, something that became very apparent over the past three games.