I was just reading about Mike Tomlin. He's *only* the 3rd coach the steelers have had since 1969, with Chuck Noll and Bill Cowher being the other two.
And they each have reached 90 wins in their careers.
By the way, the steelers also own the record for wins since the merger in 69, passing the Dolphins a couple of seasons ago.
It makes you wonder where and how the Dolphins went wrong. But most likely it starts with ownership. The steelers are still owned by the same family.
A family which talks about stability as being a hallmark of the franchise.
And in case anyone forgot, Tomlin was interviewed for the coaching vacancy in Miami when Saban left.