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Week27 Power rankings

Tom Jensen, FOX Sports

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Posted September 14, 2014 07:18 PM EDT

With his second consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race victory, Brad Keselowski holds on to the top spot in the FOXSports.com Power Rankings

Here’s this week’s list:

+3

Busch

-5

Edwards

FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Brad Keselowski

0 - 1/12
The race-winning pass Keselowski made was a thing of beauty and a bold statement about championship intentions. Last week: 1.
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2

Jeff Gordon

0 - 1/13
A fine outing for Gordon, who prevailed in a tense fight for second place with rookie Kyle Larson. Last week: 2.
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3

Joey Logano

0 - 1/16
For running as poorly as he did, to come out of this race with a fourth-place finish was huge for Logano. Last week: 3.
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4

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

0 - 1/11
Four times in the last six races, Earnhardt has finished 11th or 12th. Not a great trend. Last week: 4.
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5

Kevin Harvick

0 1 1/20
Freaky Fast again, Harvick once again came up a little short, although he led the most laps. Last week: 6.
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6

Jimmie Johnson

0 1 1/15
At no point did the six-time champion appear as though he would contend for the win. And he didn’t. Last week: 5.
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7

Kurt Busch

0 - 3/20
Despite a spin on pit road and a collision with his younger brother, Busch finished eighth. Last week: 7.
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8

Matt Kenseth

0 1 3/12
All three Joe Gibbs Racing Toyotas finished in the top 10, with Kenseth bringing up the rear in 10th. Last week: 9.
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9

Kyle Busch

0 3 3/16
For the sixth consecutive race, Busch finished ahead of where he did the race before. Last week: 12.
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10

Denny Hamlin

0 1 2/19
After a disappointing run at Richmond, Hamlin did well to rebound and finish sixth. Last week: 11.
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11

Ryan Newman

0 1 2/15
A cut left-rear tire doomed any hopes Newman had of going for the victory. Last week: 10.
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12

Kasey Kahne

0 1 8/20
Running in the top 15 might help Kahne advance one round, but he doesn’t look like a contender. Last week: 13.
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13

Carl Edwards

0 5 4/17
A pitiful weekend for all three Roush Fenway Racing Fords as Edwards came home 20th. Last week: 8.
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14

Aric Almirola

0 - 10/21
One minute, Almirola was passing Jimmie Johnson to crack the top five, the next minute his engine blew up. Last week: 14.
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15

Greg Biffle

0 - 7/20
Like Edwards, Biffle had a weekend that pretty much sucked. He finished 23rd. Last week: 15.
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16

AJ Allmendinger

0 - 13/20
Twenty-second was not the Chase start the ‘Dinger was hoping for. Last week: 16.
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17

Kyle Larson

0 - 8/18
What a fantastic race for the rookie, who led 20 laps and finished third. Last week: 17.
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18

Paul Menard

0 1 9/20
An OK outing for Menard, who ended the afternoon in 21st place, smack in the middle of the field. Last week: 19.
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19

Clint Bowyer

0 1 11/20
A wallbanger left the veteran driver way back in 39th. Last week: 18.
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20

Jamie McMurray

0 - 11/20
A strong top-10 run for Jamie Mac, though it was not as good as teammate Larson’s race. Last week: 20.
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