UE grad and Arizona Cardinals star Chandler Jones shows why he is a star whose light continues to shine bright. He is showing why the Cardinals should probably sign him to a new contract that he wants.

So what should Chandler do next? My free advice at the end.

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Chandler was a first-round draft pick for the New England Patriots after playing for the Syracuse Orange for three years. In 2016, he was traded to the Arizona Cardinals and on Sunday, September 12th, he had a career-high five sacks.

The amazing thing is that he did that in only THREE-QUARTERS of play after a dominating win over the Tennessee Titans 38-13. He also had two forced fumbles in the game.

This is the second time that he had 4+ sacks and 2+ forced fumbles in a game. He also did it in 2019 against Seattle. He is the only player to accomplish that feat in more than one game in the last 20 years.

Chandler was so hot that he had to wear shades in Tennessee on Sunday. In fact, people were holding a stretcher over his head to give him shade in Nashville.

By the way, if Jones keeps us this pace, he'll have 108.5 sacks for the season. Jones is heading into the final year of his 82.5 million dollar contract.

My Free Advice On What Chandler Jones Should Do At The End Of The Season

My advice is that Chandler should do what his brother, Arthur did in 2017 and sign with Washington. Unlike Arthur, I hope that he would stay with the Washington Football Team for more than a few games. Okay, I'll stop my pipe dream now.

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