Thomas Lee Mack (November 1, 1943-) (G) never missed a single game during his 13-year career with the Los Angeles Rams (1966-1978) and his consecutive games streak of 184 straight games is third in Rams’ history only to Jack Youngblood (201) and Merlin Olsen (208). Tom was an All-American at the University of Michigan in 1965 before the Rams made him their top pick (second overall) in the 1966 Draft. He was one of two rookies to survive head coach George Allen’s cuts, as he preferred to field a wiser, more veteran-heavy team. Mack played his entire career in Los Angeles, helping the Rams win eight division titles and reach four NFC Championship Games. LA compiled a 129-48-7 record, for a .720 winning percentage, over the course of his stay. The strong, fast and agile offensive guard was named to the 1969 NFL All-Pro First Team and appeared in 11 NFL Pro Bowls, tied for third with Hall of Famer Bob Lilly (11) and behind fellow Hall inductees Ken Houston and Jim Otto (12) and Merlin Olsen (14). Tom Mack finished his career with five fumble recoveries in 184 games. Tom Mack was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1999.