Running back Le’Veon Bell was voted the Steelers’ MVP for his 2016 efforts.He led the NFL in scrimmage yards per game (157.0), and he became the fastest player in NFL history to reach 3,000 rushing yards and 1,500 receiving yards in his career (38 games).Tomlin became the eighth head coach in NFL history to reach 100 regular-season wins in their first 10 seasons.
Tomlin has sent a total of 41 selections to the NFL’s annual Pro Bowl, including the five players that received Pro Bowl honors for the 2016 season.
The Steelers finished the season with the top-ranked overall defense (275.8 yards/game) and finished first in passing defense (185.2 yards/game).
In 2011, Tomlin led the Steelers to a 12-4 record, marking the second straight season the team posted 12 wins, which was only the second time in team history it had been achieved.
In his first 10 seasons, Tomlin has accomplished many things that have never been done in the team’s storied history.
His 103-57 regular-season record (.644) is the best start in franchise history, and he reached 100 career wins in the fewest games (157) in team history.
Despite significant injuries to multiple starters during the 2015 season, the Steelers finished with a 10-6 record (2 in the AFC), while the defense posted 48 sacks under first-year defensive coordinator Keith Butler.