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: Homestead Grays Bridge Will Be Rededicated On Sunday
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.
Fantastic! Congratulations Mike https://t.co/VW5mzFsC6zREAD MORE: Tornado Warning Issued In Northern Ohio, West Of Mercer County
— 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: Local Nursing Home Recreates Day Korean War Veteran Met His Sweetheart 70 Years Ago
The Steelers won their sixth Super Bowl in 2009 under Tomlin and were in the Super Bowl again in 2011.