Tomlin became the eighth head coach in NFL history to reach 100 regular-season wins in their first 10 seasons.
His 103 regular-season wins are tied for the fourth-most wins by an NFL head coach in their first 10 seasons as a head coach.
In the Steelers’ Week 14 victory at Buffalo, Bell set the single-game team record with 236 rushing yards and tied the single-game team mark with three rushing touchdowns.
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and wide receiver Antonio Brown continued to etch their names in NFL history.
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.
In 2012, Tomlin led the Steelers to a 27-10 victory over the New York Jets in the home opener, becoming the first coach in team history to win his first six home openers.
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.
Over the past four seasons (2013-16), Tomlin has led the team to a 16-2 record in the month of December/January, which are the most wins in December/January over that span.
In his 10 years as head coach of the Steelers, Tomlin has led Pittsburgh to five AFC North titles, most recently in 2016, and has guided the Steelers to the playoffs seven times, including two trips to the Super Bowl (XLIII and XLV).
Additionally, Tomlin was appointed by Commissioner Roger Goodell to the NFL’s Competition Committee in March, 2013.