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Week35 Power rankings

Jeff Owens, SceneDaily.com
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Posted January 27, 2011 12:59 PM EST
Where does your favorite driver rank in FOXSports.com's Power Rankings at the end of the 2010 NASCAR season? See below

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Edwards

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Bowyer

FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Denny Hamlin

0 - 1/20
Played it safe and it bit him at Phoenix. Still in the driver's seat, but can he stand the pressure?
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2

Jimmie Johnson

0 - 1/6
What pressure? He's already got four championships. He can afford to play mind games and try to force Hamlin into a mistake.
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3

Kevin Harvick

0 - 1/16
At 46 points out, he's got nothing to lose, but his RCR crew can't afford any more mistakes. They must be perfect and hope for some luck.
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4

Carl Edwards

0 3 3/18
Finally snapped that long winless streak, and started a neat, new tradition by going into grandstands.
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5

Jeff Gordon

0 3 2/14
With Edwards winning, the pressure is on Gordon to snap his winless streak. Facing his second winless season in three years.
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6

Greg Biffle

0 1 3/14
Roush Fenway is finishing strong, and Biffle has three career wins at Homestead. He and Edwards could be spoilers in season finale.
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7

Matt Kenseth

0 1 2/13
Hard to believe he's climbed to fifth in the standings. Maybe he deserved a Chase spot after all.
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8

Kyle Busch

0 1 1/13
Says that, yes, he is mature enough to win a Cup championship. Needs to show it next season.
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9

Clint Bowyer

0 5 4/15
Fighting for 10th place in the final standings so he can thumb his nose at NASCAR officials at the postseason banquet.
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10

Tony Stewart

0 - 3/18
Win at California seems like a distant memory after five straight miserable performances.
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11

Joey Logano

0 2 9/20
Third straight top-five. The way he's finishing the season, he might be a championship contender next year.
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12

Jamie McMurray

0 - 6/20
Would it surprise you at all to see him step up and win the season finale? Would be fitting.
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13

Kurt Busch

0 2 2/15
Ninth at Phoenix just his second top-10 of the Chase. Improved to only "slightly abysmal."
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14

Jeff Burton

0 3 4/14
Destined to finish 12th in standings; battling Busch to see who can have worst Chase. At least he stayed out of Gordon's way at Phoenix.
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15

Ryan Newman

0 2 10/20
Nearly stole another one at Phoenix by stretching his fuel mileage.
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16

Mark Martin

0 2 2/19
Showed some life at Phoenix, but says team's struggles this year are still a mystery.
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17

Juan Pablo Montoya

0 1 4/20
Needs to finish strong in front of his hometown fans at Homestead-Miami.
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18

AJ Allmendinger

0 1 15/20
Will be relieved just to finish the season and finally learn his fate at RPM for next year.
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19

David Reutimann

0 3 13/20
Six straight finishes of 16th or worse. Only his long-ago win has him hanging in the top 20.
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20

Martin Truex Jr.

0 - 9/20
He's here for one reason and one reason only - the other Junior doesn't deserve it.
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