Again, you can't just pick and choose stats. Like I said, Reid taylors his offense to the players he has. When he has speed guys like Owens, Jackson, and Maclin the YPA goes up. When he had Westbrook, the YPA went up.
You guys don't know what in the hell you are talking about. Over most of his career Reid wasn't throwing it down the field.
1999 – Pederson YPA 5.6 – Leading Receivers Torrence Small & Charles Johnson
2000 – McNabb YPA 5.9 – Leading Receivers Charles Johnson & Chad Lewis
2001 – McNabb YPA 6.6 - Leading Receivers James Thrash & Todd Pinkston
2002 – McNabb YPA 6.3 – Leading Receivers James Thrash & Todd Pinkston
2003 – McNabb YPA 6.7 – Leading receivers James Thrash & Brian Westbrook
2004 – McNabb YPA 8.3 - Leading Receivers Terrell Owens & Brian Westbrook
2005 – McNabb YPA 7.0 - Leading Receivers LJ Smith & Brian Westbrook
2006 – McNabb YPA 8.4 - Leading Receivers Brian Westbrook & LJ Smith
2007 – McNabb YPA 7.0 – Leading Receivers Brian Westbrook & Kevin Curtis
2008 – McNabb YPA 6.9 – Leading Receiver Desean Jackson & Brian Westbrook
2009 – McNabb YPA 8.0 – Leading receiver Brent Celek & Desean Jackson
2010 – Vick YPA 8.1 – Leading Receivers Lesean McCoy & Jeremy Maclin
2011 – Vick YPA 7.8 – Leading Receivers Jeremy Maclin & Brent Celek
2012 – Vick YPA 6.7 _Leading Receivers Jeremy Maclin & Brent Celek
This whole argument about Geno being a "perfect fit" for Reid's system because Reid loves to throw it down the field is absolute horseshit. Reid is smart enough to do whatever he needs to do. He doesn't force his offense on players like Haley did. His offense is extremely flexible.