The Steelers have never had a losing record with Tomlin as head coach. 

By: Mike Darnay/KDKA-TV

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — For the 15th straight season under head coach Mike Tomlin, the Pittsburgh Steelers will finish their regular season schedule with a record at or above .500.

On Monday night, the Steelers defeated the Browns 26-14, ensuring at worst an 8-8-1 record this season.

The Steelers have never had a losing record with Tomlin as head coach.

Tomlin became the first head coach in NFL history to achieve that feat for each of his 15 seasons.

Below is a list of season-by-season records for the Steelers with Tomlin as head coach.

  • 2007 – 10-6
  • 2008 – 12-4
  • 2009 – 9-7
  • 2010 – 12-4
  • 2011 – 12-4
  • 2012 – 8-8
  • 2013 – 8-8
  • 2014 – 11-5
  • 2015 – 10-6
  • 2016 – 11-5
  • 2017 – 13-3
  • 2018 – 9-6-1
  • 2019 – 8-8
  • 2020 – 12-4
  • 2021 – 8-7-1 (one game left to be played)

The team will wrap up its regular season campaign on Sunday when they head to Baltimore to take on the Ravens.  A win in Baltimore, along with a Jacksonville win and any result but a tie between the Chargers and Raiders would earn the Steelers a playoff berth.