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Week31 Power rankings

Tom Jensen, FOX Sports 

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Posted October 13, 2014 11:11 AM EDT

It was a wild Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where Kevin Harvick won, drivers brawled and Joey Logano remains atop the FOXSports.com Power Rankings .

Here’s this week’s list:

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Gordon

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Edwards

FOX SPORTS NASCAR POWER RANKINGS

RK DRIVER WINS CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

Joey Logano

0 - 1/16
Out of nowhere, Logano scored his record fifth consecutive top-five finish to open the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Last week: 1.
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2

Kevin Harvick

0 - 1/20
After a summer of frustration, Harvick was finally able to seal the deal and score a huge victory. Last week: 2.
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3

Kyle Busch

0 - 3/16
Historically, Busch has struggled in the Chase. This year, he has five consecutive top-10 finishes. Impressive. Last week: 3.
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4

Jeff Gordon

0 4 1/13
Once again, Gordon was fast and his second-place finish put him in a better points position to advance to the next round. Last week: 8.
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5

Ryan Newman

0 - 4/17
NASCAR’s worst nightmare? Newman wins the Chase despite posting no victories and only two top-five finishes. Last week: 5.
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6

Carl Edwards

0 2 4/17
Fast enough to finish in the top 10. Not fast enough to win. Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose. Last week: 4
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7

Denny Hamlin

0 1 1/19
After finishing ninth, Hamlin was one of the drivers involved in the pit road scrum. Last week: 6.
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8

Kasey Kahne

0 1 8/20
Talk about tight. Kahne now has the final transfer spot in the Chase, by a single point. Last week: 9.
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9

Matt Kenseth

0 2 3/12
The normally unflappable Kenseth went berserk after the race, and not without provocation. Last week: 7.
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10

Brad Keselowski

0 - 1/12
Generally, it’s a really bad idea to ram stopped cars on pit road. That was true at Charlotte as well. Last week: 10.
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11

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

0 - 1/20
After a broken shifter and a poor-handling car, Junior must win at Talladega. Last week: 11.
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12

Jimmie Johnson

0 - 1/15
With seven laps to go, Johnson was fourth, but a terrible call to pit left him 17th. Last week: 12.
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13

Kyle Larson

0 - 8/18
Sixth place matched Larson’s worst finish in the last five races. Last week: 13.
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14

Kurt Busch

0 1 3/20
Strong night for Busch, who finished 11th in his Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet. Last week: 15.
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15

AJ Allmendinger

0 1 13/20
The good runs continued for ‘The Dinger, who ran 12th. Last week: 14.
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16

Jamie McMurray

0 4 10/20
Great outing for Jamie Mac, who wound up third. Last week: 20.
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17

Greg Biffle

0 1 5/20
Eighteenth was a huge disappointment for Biffle. Last week: 16.
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18

Austin Dillon

0 - 14/20
Once again, Dillon managed to finish in the top 15. Last week: 18.
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19

Aric Almirola

0 2 10/21
A mid-pack outing for Almirola, who finished 22nd. Last week: 17.
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20

Clint Bowyer

0 1 4/20
A massive engine failure left Bowyer 43rd. Last week: 19.
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