Steelers HC Mike Tomlin downplays record 15th season in a row of .500 or better

By virtue of Pittsburgh’s 26-14 victory on Monday, Mike Tomlin was ensured of a 15th straight season finishing at .500 or above. It is the longest such streak to begin a head coach’s career, breaking a tie with Marty Schottenheimer (Cleveland Browns, 1984-1997).
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