That’s the question we asked (and possibly answered).
Tomlin is 16th in NFL history with 163 wins, and he’s 13th in the Super Bowl era. Of coaches with at least 150 wins, he’s seventh all-time in winning percentage (.636) and fourth in the modern era.
Tomlin’s numbers make a strong case for inclusion and he already has more wins than other Hall of Fame members such as Bill Cowher, Tony Dungy and Dick Vermeil. Throw in his incredible streak of non-losing seasons to start his career and his Super Bowl win (and a subsequent appearance). Need we say more? Well, when you consider that Tomlin is only 51 now, with seemingly a long coaching career ahead of him and it feels like he’s got a slam dunk, bulletproof resume.
Now we’re asking you.
Is the longtime Steelers head coach Hall of Fame ready right now? Or does he still have a ways to go (and maybe another Super Bowl to win) before he’s a lock to reach those hallowed halls?
Vote now, or leave a comment on why you think Tomlin should (or shouldn’t) make the Hall of Fame.