If you don't think coaching matters in the playoffs, it is probably time you enroll in an NFL 101 class at your local university.
While even the best head coaches in the league cannot get water from a rock, they do often get the most out of the talent that they have. One of the most pertinent examples of that would be what Bruce Arians and company did with a talent-stricken Indianapolis Colts team during the regular year.
But here we are. The postseason is in full tilt as eight teams vie for an opportunity to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in New Orleans next month.
Will one coaching decision be the difference in a game this weekend? I can't answer that question. What I will say is that schemes and game plans do play a major role in the outcome of games this time of the year.
On that note, this article is going to rank the remaining head coaches in the NFL playoffs from worst to best.