Former Michigan star Taco Charlton busts out "Taco Tuesday" celebration
When your name is Taco, high expectations are bound to follow.
That’s surely the case for Taco Charlton, who’s real name is actually Vidauntae, but Taco is so much better, isn’t it.
Charlton, who’s a 6-foot-6, 275 pound defensive end, now plays for the Dallas Cowboys but he was formerly a standout defender for the University of Michigan. While a Wolverine, Charlton played in four season, racking up an impressive 18.5 total sacks, including 9.5 in in 2016.
He was so good, in fact, that the Cowboys felt he was worth a first round draft pick, taking him No. 28 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft.
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So yes, there are high expectations for guys (or gals) named Taco, and that includes expectations in the celebration-game.
Thankfully, Taco did not dissapoint on Sunday Night Football with his Cowboys taking on the New York Giants.
Here’s Taco celebrating a big play by making his teammates…you guessed it…tacos!
Taco Charlton making his teammates tacos. pic.twitter.com/Q4usgzGMHq
— Jordan Heck (@JordanHeckFF) September 17, 2018
The key to this celebration is No. 54 gleefully running away stuffing his face with tacos.
What a time to be alive.