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.
Additionally, Tomlin was appointed by Commissioner Roger Goodell to the NFL’s Competition Committee in March, 2013.
Tomlin is one of only seven coaches in league history to win a Super Bowl within his first two seasons as an NFL head coach.
Tomlin also participates in the annual Man Up Pittsburgh conference which encourages local men to be better fathers and role models.
Arguably one of his best coaching performances may possibly have come in the second half of the 2013 season.
In 2014, Tomlin, who has a defensive coaching background, orchestrated one of the top offensive outputs in team history.
The Steelers broke numerous offensive records, including points scored (436), total yards (6,577), passing yards/game (301.6) and total first downs (379).
Roethlisberger currently has the ninth-most passing touchdowns in NFL history (301) and the 10-most passing yards in NFL history (46,814).
Brown set numerous NFL records, including one for the most receptions in a player’s first 100 career regular-season games (622) and one for the most receptions in NFL history by a player in any four-year span (481).
Despite an 0-4 and 2-6 start to the season, the Steelers finished the regular season surging to a 6-2 second-half record, falling just short of the playoffs.