Rams Hall of Famer Tom Mack played his college football at Michigan. First Rams offensive lineman inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Played his entire 12-season professional career with the Rams never missing a game. Known as a consistent & dependable performer. Ranks third on Rams all-time list for most consecutive games played with 184.
Participated in nine consecutive Pro Bowls (1967-75). All total was selected to 11 Pro Bowls in his career.
Image Gallery of Tom Mack, Guard 1966-1978
In the mid-1970s the Rams possessed one of the best offenses in the NFL. Here we see quarterback James Harris (#12), a Pro Bowler in 1974, connecting with All Pro receiver Harold Jackson (#29) as Pro Bowl lineman Tom Mack (#65) and Charlie Cowan (#73) pull out to lead.
Harold Jackson, Tom Mack, Charlie Cowan and James Harris | LA Rams 1970s
Hall of Fame defensive tackle Allan Page shuts the play down by standing up Tom Mack, stuffing Larry Smith and knocking the ball from John Hadl all at the same time during the 1973 week 7 showdown between Minnesota and Los Angeles. Both teams came in unbeaten at 6-0 and it would be the Vikings that would emerge victorious by the score of 10-9.
Allan Page Shuts Down Rams Tom Mack & John Hadl in 1973
11-time pro bowler for the Rams. NFL Hall of Fame inductee in 1999.
Tom Mack, Rams Hall of Famer
Rams, 1973. Fullback Tony Baker (#35) gets behind the blocking of Charlie Cowan (#73) & Tom Mack (#65). In 1973 the Rams boasted the NFL's #1 overall offense as well as the #2 best in team rushing yardage.
Tom Mack & Charlie Cowan block for Rams back Tony Baker in 1973
Tom Mack Rams
His 184 games played is #3 on the Rams All-Time Franchise List of Most Consceutive Games Played in a career.
2 greats from the Los Angeles Rams past. A young Wendell Tyler gets behind the blocking of Hall of Famer Tom Mack. Tyler played 6 seasons with the Rams having 2 1000+ yard seasons. Tom Mack played a total of 184 games in L.A. with 11 Pro Bowls.
Wendell Tyler Behind the Blocking of Tom Mack
Out of Michigan State he was the Rams 1st round pick of 1966. Played 13 seasons, all with Los Angeles and started 176 games. Selected to the Pro Bowl 11 times. Made 1st-Team All-Pro in 1969. Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1999.
Tom Mack Rams Hall of Fame Offensive Lineman
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