19. C Mick Tinglehoff
Accolades: NFL Champion, 6-time Pro Bowler, 5-time First-Team All-Pro, 2-time Second-Team All-Pro
Tinglehoff went undrafted in 1962 out of the University of Nebraska. He was signed to the Vikings, and won the starting center role entering his rookie year. For the next 17 years, Tinglehoff didn’t miss a single start. He played and started in all 240 games during his NFL career. A pillar of consistency, Tinglehoff was the leader of a Minnesota offensive line that helped the Vikings claim 10 of 11 divisional titles.
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