Originally Posted by SDogo
IMO, you put him on the right side and let him adapt to the game. Having Smith at LT is going to allow you to put the weaker OG on the left side. Smith is not going to need much assistance going forward. It also would benefit the running game, you solidify both sides of the line and make the left side the power side with DeCastro's pulling and trapping ability.
Plus Livings' experience is at left guard. I'm not sure why you would flip flop both projected starting guards to the sides they are least familiar with.