The Steelers are in London looking for their first win of the season against the also-winless Vikings. Whatever happens Sunday -- or the next 13 weeks -- this much is certain at least according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Ed Bouchette: Offensive coordinator Todd Haley isn't getting fired. Not during the Steelers' Week 4 bye not if the running game remains one of the worst in the league not if points remain hard to come by.

There's more: Coach Mike Tomlin won't get fired after the season either.

"The Steelers have never fired an offensive coordinator midseason" Bouchette wrote Sunday morning. "Never. The closest they came was 1998 when Bill Cowher took the play-calling duties away from Ray Sherman late in the season then fired him after his only season."

According to Bouchette Tomlin -- and Tomlin alone -- hired Haley. Running backs coach Kirby Wilson was in line to replace offensive coordinator Bruce Arians after the 2011 season but Wilson was seriously injured in a house fire. Then Haley and Tomlin spoke in Mobile Ala. at the Senior Bowl and a short conversation turned into a two-hour discussion.