Jun 1, 2014; Dover, DE, USA; NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Jimmie Johnson (48) celebrates in victory lane after winning the FedEx 400 at Dover International Speedway. Mandatory Credit: Matthew O

NASCAR: Power Rankings After FedEx 400 From Dover

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 Dover and the FedEx 400.

Last finish
1.Jimmie Johnson2↑51stRemember two weeks ago when some thought Johnson wouldn't win at all in 2014 ...
2.Matt Kenseth0---3rdKenseth took over the points lead after another strong top-five performance.
3.Kevin Harvick2↓217thHarvick had another fast car. Tire and pit crew issues slowed him down though.
4.Joey Logano2↑38thSolid run for Logano as he returns to the top-five in the Power Rankings.
5.Jeff Gordon1↓215thGordon was running in 2nd for most of the day until he had track bar issues in the final 60 laps of the race.
6.Dale Earnhardt Jr. 1↑29thEarnhardt Jr. was able to calm the monster at Dover and ran just inside of the top-10.
7.Carl Edwards1↓314thEdwards was up and down for most of the day, a top-15 isn't too shabby considering.
8.Brad Keselowski1↑32ndKeselowksi simply didn't have enough to chase down the No. 48 at the end of the race.
9.Brian Vickers0↓443rdVickers should be happy to have left Dover, it was a rough day for him.
Denny Hamlin1 ↑35thHamlin fought his car at times during the race and finished with a nice top-five.
11.Paul Menard0↑310thBack-to-back top-10 finishes for Menard and the No. 27 team.
12.Kyle Larson0N/A11thLarson drove his car from the back of the field at a track where such a task is not an easy thing to do.
13.Kyle Busch1↓342ndBusch had a run-in with Bowyer that left his No. 18 in the car and Bowyer finishing in 4th. I bet Busch wishes he wrecked him.
14.Clint Bowyer0N/A4thBowyer should be aware that Busch has a good memory.
15.Tony Stewart0N/A7thGreat day for Stewart. He hung around the top-15 all day and finished with a top-10.

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