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NASCAR: Power Rankings After Toyota Owners 400

Each and every week Beyond The Flag will bring you weekly NASCAR Power Rankings. Be sure to check in every week to see if your favorite driver made the list. This is how things stack up coming out of Richmond and the Toyota Owners 400.

Last finish
1.Joey Logano2↑51stLogano wins his second race of 2014 and officially punches his ticket into the chase. He is going to be a contender come chase time.
2.Jeff Gordon0↓12ndGordon does everything but win races. He has run second in two of the last three races and remains the points leader.
3.Kyle Busch1↑23rdKyle restarted around 16th position with eight laps to go and finished third. If there were five more laps in the race he might have won it.
4.Matt Kenseth0↓25thKenseth was in a tough spot at the end of the race and he couldn't find a way to hang onto the lead. Much like Gordon he has done everything but win in 2014.
5.Dale Earnhardt Jr.1↑37thIt was another strong run for Earnhardt Jr. and the No. 88 team. He might be an early favorite heading into Talladega.
6.Kevin Harvick2↓411thHappy Harvick can't win em all but he had a solid run in Richmond.
7.Brad Keselowski1↑24thBrad seems to have confused good racing with "being pinched into the wall."
8.Kyle Larson0↓416thAfter getting spun on the opening lap, the rookie was never really able to recover Saturday night.
9.Carl Edwards1↑39thEdwards already has a win and is now beginning to find consistency. Keep an eye on him especially with this being a contract year.
Ryan Newman0↑58thRyan was flying Saturday night. Newman has looked good the last couple of weeks.
11.Tony Stewart0↓425thStewart had a down night in Richmond. He just never really got it going.
12.Jimmie Johnson0↓232ndJohnson is dangerously close to falling off of this list. Tire issues ruined his night in Richmond.
13.Brian Vickers0N/A12thVickers has ran well this season. He almost got himself another top-10 in this race.
14.AJ Allmendinger0N/A6thAllmendinger turned a few heads Saturday night with his top-10 performance.
15.Martin Truex Jr.0N/A10th2014 has been disappointing for Truex Jr. Maybe this top-10 will be the start of him turning it around.

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