All of a sudden, Mike Tomlin is one of the longest tenured coaches in the NFL. For a guy who's only 45, he's been around for a while. He became head coach of the Steelers in 2007 and has left them to a Super Bowl title as well as 2 AFC crowns and 5 division titles. In 2008, he was the NFL Coach of the Year. Now, it looks like he'll be around for even longer:
It's tough to crack the upper echelon of Steelers coaching greats because of the immense history of the organization but just the fact that he's lasted a decade with the team in this era of firing coaches willy nilly is amazing in itself.
The man keeps reinventing himself and Pittsburgh is lucky to have him.
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