Andy Reid: Where does he rank among NFL head coaches?

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Dec 7, 2014; Glendale, AZ, USA; Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Cardinals defeated the Chiefs 17-14. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The Kansas City Chiefs have a good coach in Andy Reid. Most people would agree with this, despite Reid still have bare fingers after beginning his odyssey as an NFL head coach in 1999 with the Philadelphia Eagles. Reid has his issues – he passes too much and forgets that time management – but he’s still somebody most teams would want roaming the sideline.

In the spirit of having some fun, let’s rank the 32 NFL coaches and see where Reid stacks up.

32. Jim Tomsula

Nothing against Tomsula, but he’s never coached before, so he’s getting the short end of the stick.

31. Dan Quinn

See above.

30. Jay Gruden

Throwing your quarterback under the bus isn’t a good look. Neither is taking in a Washington Redskins game. Gruden might be out before the end of 2015.

29. Todd Bowles

I have a feeling Bowles will shoot up this list. Great defensive coordinator with some great schemes. Look for Bowles to be a success with the New York Jets.

28. Gus Bradley

Bradley is working hard to turn around the Jacksonville Jaguars, but the results are slow in coming. Only 7-25 in the first two years on the job. The seat is getting warm.

Dec 18, 2014; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley during the second quarter against the Tennessee Titans at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

27. Joe Philbin

Philbin is 16-16 in his first two seasons with the Miami Dolphins, but has a team that should be going to the playoffs. The offense desperately needs to be straightened out.

26. Mike Pettine

Petine shows promise, but his quarterbacks don’t. Without a decent signal-caller, Pettine is likely stuck with a losing Cleveland Browns team.

25. Bill O’Brien

O’Brien had a promising rookie campaign with the Houston Texans, going 9-7. However, Houston only beat one team in 2014, the Baltimore Ravens. Expect some regression here.

24. Mike Zimmer

Zimmer went through three quarterbacks and didn’t have Adrian Peterson for 15 games last year, and still went 7-9 in his first year. Zimmer, much like Bowles, is a guy to watch.

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