Rhule wanted to build a culture, and he wanted to win games. Rolling the dice on Teddy was a calculated risk. It didn't work. Nothing nefarious about it. It was Hurndog that gave out the contract. Not Rhule.
The concept is simplistic. The reality that from the outside looking in you have one preconceived notion, then you get there and experience it first hand and learn differently. What I'm encouraged by is that Rhule learned from it. Despite the contract, they cut bait and moved on from Teddy when they saw he wasn't the answer. Every coach is going to make mistakes. The good ones learn from them and don't repeat the same ones. We went dumpster diving at QB again, but at least we targeted a guy who actually has the physical talent to potentially succeed. That's a smarter dumpster dive IMO.