As for Tomlin … enough never enough

Two weeks from tomorrow night, in front of a nation’s insatiable pro football audience, Mike Tomlin will begin his third season as the head coach of the Steelers with nothing to accomplish that he hasn’t already.
At 37.
What it took Bill Cowher 14 years to do in Pittsburgh, what it took Chuck Noll six, it has taken Mike Tomlin two. And though no one has to be persuaded that it has been an incredible year in sports in this city, Tomlin’s sprint to the top of the profession seems like a marathon compared to that of Dan Bylsma, who got there in less than four months.