The New York Giants have to be concerned about quarterback Eli Manning’s age moving forward, and their offensive line has been one of the primary concerns over the past couple of seasons.
In short, the Giants need an offensive tackle they can start right away. Utah’s Garett Bolles fits the bill.
Bolles is one of only a few offensive linemen in this year’s NFL Draft capable of being a plug-and-play starter, and New York should be able to put him in at left tackle in a short amount of time.
This would allow the Giants to move incumbent left tackle Ereck Flowers over to right tackle, which should alleviate a lot of O-line worry.