Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin Needs to Move On
A ACTION PACKED NEWS discussion with professional football commentator Ryan Clark set the media on fire this week when he said it’s time for long-time coach Mike Tomlin to move on from the Pittsburgh Steelers. First hired in 2007, Tomlin’s record since then has been up and down, with five division titles and two Super Bowl appearances. But most recently, after an 8–8 season with multiple losses at the hands of their AFC North rivals, Clark argues it’s time for a change.
More Needs to Be Done for 2021
The Steelers will have their work cut out for them in 2021 with free agency looming. Already having to manage an aging Ben Roethlisberger, the Steelers will need to make a decision on who will helm the single season shorted team in the offseason. Clark’s commentary calls into question not only Tomlin’s abilities but that of The Steelers front office as a whole. It’s a crossroads moment that promises to define the franchise for years to come.