Mike Tomlin is an NFL coach who currently coaches the Pittsburgh Steelers. He joined the team in 2007 and has helped lead them to ten playoff runs, seven division titles, three AFC Championship Games, two Super Bowl appearances and one Super Bowl win. Get all of the latest Mike Tomlin news here!
Tomlin started his career in 1995 coaching multiple college football teams before he was hired as the defensive backs coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2001. In 2002 and 2005, under Tomlin’s leadership, the Buccaneer’s defense led the NFL in the fewest yards allowed per game. He was picked up as defensive coordinator by the Vikings in 2006 and then as the head coach of the Steelers in 2007. He set a Steelers record for the most wins, after winning 22 games in his first two seasons as head coach. He was also the youngest NFL head coach to lead his team to a Super Bowl, and at 36, he was the youngest head coach to win the Super Bowl, a record that was later beaten by Sean McVay.