22. Brad Childress
Things went well for Childress until they came crashing down. However, it must be said that he underachieved with the resources that he had at his command. The former Vikings head coach came in in 2006 and posted back-to-back losing seasons before winning the NFC North in his third year.
He’d repeat that the following year, but never managed to win a playoff and misused the players at his disposal. Under his tutelage, the Vikings would age and gradually lost discipline and direction. He only lasted 10 games into his final season, losing seven of those. If the Vikings were a jigsaw puzzle, Childress mixed up the pieces.