5 NFL Draft mistakes that continue to haunt Buffalo Bills

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Wyatt Teller

The final draft mistake that haunts the Buffalo Bills might be one of the first that general manager Brandon Beane ever made. The first draft that Beane led was in 2018 and included Josh Allen, Tremaine Edmunds, Harrison Phillips and in the fifth round selected offensive guard Wyatt Teller.

As a rookie, Teller started seven games for the Buffalo Bills but ahead of the 2019 season there wasn't enough room on the 53-man roster for him. He would be traded, along with a seventh round pick, to the Cleveland Browns for a fifth and sixth round pick.

Unfortunately, Teller has developed into one of the better guards in the NFL and has been selected to three Pro Bowls and two times as a second-team All-Pro. He has started 68 games over five seasons with the Browns and when considering how much of an issue the guard position has been at times for the Bills, this is one draft pick that really haunts this team.