2011-Lost to Tebow in wildcard round enough said 2012 and 2013-Missed the playoffs both seasons 2014-One and Done loss at home to Ravens in the wildcard round 2015-Beat Bengals with AJ McCarron at QB in wildcard round barely mainly thanks to Burfict and Pac Man Jones shoving Joey Porter late in the game. Lost to Broncos the following week in the divisional round 2016-Beat the Dolphins with Matt Moore at QB and beat Chiefs and Alex Smith the following week with 6 Boswell FG’s, got blown out by Patriots the following week in the AFC Championship Game 2017- Finished 13-3 got embarrassed by the Jaguars in the divisional round at home allowing 45 points to Blake Bortles 2018- Started the season 7-2-1 lost 4 of their final 6 games and blew a 2.5 game lead in the division to the Ravens the last 6 weeks of the season and missed the playoffs 2019- Lost Ben the 2nd game of the season still managed to get to 8-5 and in a good spot to make the playoffs but then lost the final 3 games one was to a bad Jets team and missed the playoffs at 8-8 2020-Started 11-0 lost 5 of final 6 games including the playoffs and got absolutely humiliated at home by the Browns giving up 48 points to them and going one and done in the playoffs My point here with all of this is what has Mike Tomlin done looking at that body of work the last 10 years I just pointed out to warrant him getting an extension or for that matter for anybody to believe that the Steelers are ever going to win a Super Bowl or even come close to one ever again with Tomlin leading the way. The bottom line is it’s over here for Tomlin. Enough is enough and it’s just time to make a change. The sooner the Rooney’s realize this the better and the longer they don’t realize it and they keep Tomlin around the longer he will hold this franchise and this organization back from getting that potential 7th Super Bowl title. Tomlin has had enough time and has had enough chances here but it’s over and it’s time for a new coach and a fresh start. And until the Steelers realize this too they will never ever ever come close to another Super Bowl title with Mike Tomlin leading the way.