Lauletta threw for nearly 10,500 yards at Richmond, completing 63 percent of his passes and tossing 73 touchdown against 35 interceptions. He completed 758 of 1,194 attempts and averaged 261.6 yards per game. He also ran in 12 touchdowns, including 7 in 2015 alone.
Now in the NFL, Lauletta will have the opportunity to sit behind a Super Bowl Champion in Manning and potentially be the quarterback of the future for the Giants. With weapons like Odell Beckham Jr. and Saquon Barkley, Lauletta will have pieces to work with.
Could Lauletta be the starting quarterback as early as next year? Time will tell, but it's seems obvious Eli Manning's career is coming to a close.