Mike Tomlin for whatever reason is a coach that continuously gets overlooked despite the success he's had since becoming the third Steelers head coach since 1969 back in 2007.
Tomlin has two Super Bowl appearances, including a Super Bowl title that he won in 2008, he's made the playoffs in eight of his 12 full seasons as head coach, and he's won 10+ games eight times.
Something else Coach Tomlin gets overlooked for is the way he handled having HUGE personalities all at once in that locker room. Antonio Brown, Le'Veon Bell, and Ben Roethlisberger are tremendous talents but we've seen what happens when any of them aren't happy. Both Brown and Bell forced their ways out of Pittsburgh and haven't been successful.
Does Mike Tomlin get enough credit?
Austin Gayle answers that question and more in the interview below.