Originally Posted by Canofbier
Could you please elaborate on this? I don't disagree (honestly), but I'd like to hear why you believe this. What is "Reid's Offense", and what are the attributes of Geno, Wilson and Barkley that specifically help or hinder them within Reid's system?
Geno's Air Raid system depended on spread out receivers, putting them in good positions to get yards after the catch, and using the run to supplement the pass, not set it up. Geno excelled at throwing well-timed and accurate short passes, which is the staple of the West Coast offense. What he ran in college looks similar to what Andy Reid will have him do in the pros.
I have no clue what kind of offense Tyler Wilson runs, but from what I've seen it's certainly not a West Coast offense. He rolls out a ton, always looks downfield, and waits for the WRs to create separation before he throws. That, or he anticipates the cut in the route so he throws his guy open.