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Brad Childress

Cumulative stats (All positions)

Years Coached Record Win % Playoff record Playoff win %
19 175-129-0 57.57% 9-11 45.00%

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Biography

Brad Childress was a football coach in the National Football League (NFL) from 1985 until 2017, finishing his career with the Kansas City Chiefs as their assistant head coach. Over his nineteen years of coaching his teams compiled a cumulative record of 175-129-0. During his career he was the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings from 2006 until the 2010 season. The Vikings went 42-38-0 during their five seasons with Childress as head coach. As the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings he coached multiple players to award-winning seasons: Adrian Peterson, AP Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2007; Percy Harvin, AP Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2009.

Last modified: 2/9/2018

History

Year Position Record Playoff record
2017 Kansas City Chiefs Assistant Head Coach 10-6-0 0-1
2016 Kansas City Chiefs Co-Offensive Coordinator 12-4-0 0-1
2015 Kansas City Chiefs Spread Game Analysis / Special Projects 11-5-0 1-1
2014 Kansas City Chiefs Special Projects / Spread Game Analysis 9-7-0 0-0
2013 Kansas City Chiefs Special Projects / Spread Game Analyst 11-5-0 0-1
2012 Cleveland Browns Offensive Coordinator 5-11-0 0-0
2010 Minnesota Vikings Head Coach 6-10-0 0-0
2009 Minnesota Vikings Head Coach 12-4-0 1-1
2008 Minnesota Vikings Head Coach 10-6-0 0-1
2007 Minnesota Vikings Head Coach 8-8-0 0-0
2006 Minnesota Vikings Head Coach 6-10-0 0-0
2005 Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Coordinator 6-10-0 0-0
2004 Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Coordinator 13-3-0 2-1
2003 Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Coordinator 12-4-0 1-1
2002 Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Coordinator 12-4-0 1-1
2001 Philadelphia Eagles Quarterbacks Coach 11-5-0 2-1
2000 Philadelphia Eagles Quarterbacks Coach 11-5-0 1-1
1999 Philadelphia Eagles Quarterbacks Coach 5-11-0 0-0
1985 Indianapolis Colts Quarterbacks Coach 5-11-0 0-0

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