By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – As Steelers wrapped up a 28-24 victory over the Baltimore Ravens to improve to 7-0, Head Coach Mike Tomlin earned an achievement of his own.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Weather: Cooldown Coming With Fall Set To Arrive
The victory was his 140th win as a head coach in the NFL, passing Tony Dungy.
This makes Tomlin the winningest Black head coach in NFL history.
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— Tony Dungy (@TonyDungy) November 1, 2020
Since being hired in 2007, Tomlin and the Steelers have not had a losing season.
Tomlin’s record currently stands at 140-74-1, with the 140 wins good for 22nd all-time.MORE NEWS: Study: Men Prefer Virtual Visits For Doctor's Appointments
The Steelers won their sixth Super Bowl in 2009 under Tomlin and were in the Super Bowl again in 2011.