The stats bring documented proof to the notion that Ginn doesn't catch as many passes sent his way compared to the other receivers. Instead of giving my opinion after having watched 3 years of this, I provided the stats. The stats say a lot. They say that the other two receivers have been more successful taking adavantage of the opportunities they had when targeted. The stats show that it isn't one bad year for Ginn but a trend of inconsistency over 3 years.
I'm going to go back to what I already posted. Ginn gets passes thrown to him further down the field than the other receivers do. Many of these passes sail far over his head or are off target; that will tank your completion % as a receiver.
Yeah Ginn hasn't shown that he is a #1 receiver because he isn't, he is ideally a #2. I'm not in disagreement with that argument. I just don't think the stats in this case tell the whole story. We can arrive at the same conclusion regarding the player, but that doesn't mean that we both used a logical path to get there.
I also believe the stats show a lack of confidence in Ginn from Henning and Henne in the the times that Ginn is targeted.
That's an enormous assumption. You may be right about the trust issue, but its not because the 'stats' told you.