If you support Tomlin, this isn't for you to read...I'm trying to get opinions from those who do not Like Tomlin as a coach...(he is a good human being, though)... This isn't meant to be sarcastic or condescending. But what is the mentality of Pittsburgh Steelers fans that live in Pittsburgh at this point? The Steelers haven't sniffed a Super Bowl (getting your butts kicked to the Patriots isn't sniffing in my opinion) in 9 years now. On the radio, or talking heads, what do they say about Tomlin in Pittsburgh? Obviously some of the media were lauding Mike Tomlin as a Coach of the Year at 8-5 and kept praising the never had a losing season. I guess 8-8 isn't having a winning season, though is it? At the end of the day, it amounts to a hill of beans. Uncooked beans. So obviously being at 8-5 is amazing, but then losing 3 in a row is Tomlin-esque as well. Who actually praises Tomlin in Pittsbugh and what are their reasons? What are they hanging their hat on? What exactly am I missing about Tomlin? I think he is an average coach that can come up with magic at times but not really much at the right time. He reminds me of Jason Garrett in a way. Can't win anything to write home about unless the pieces fell right. I've watched 40 years of football and all the teams intensely. It's pretty clear to me Mike Tomlin is very overrated and can't win clutch games against inferior teams. He may pull off some wins in the regular season against some superior teams (Rams 2019, Patriots 2018, no one in 2017, etc). He had a very favorable path to the Super Bowl that he won, but couldn't get them ready against the Packers (again a Superior team). I didn't expect them to win that one, but once the Steelers lost to Tim Tebow, I realized Tomlin is junk. Simply put, that's one that you have to win as a superior team. 8-8 Broncos with Tebow? So those that don't support Tomlin, when did your feelings start changing? What particular game, situation started to change your thoughts on Tomlin. I was very happy when Tomlin came in (disappointed to lose to Jags/Garrard), but then boom. Super Bowl and again another Super Bowl. (again disappointed Steelers came out like Poop, but had a chance at the end). Now I'd rather really not watch the same things happening every season. What as fans, can we do to change the black cloud feeling that we as Tomlin detractors have?