Greg Biffle just loves Phoenix. The area, the fans ... and the racetrack. With two Busch wins and seven top-10s at PIR, he's a favorite every time out, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Mark Martin is already about the most respected driver in NASCAR. He'd like to add to that with a title, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Three of the five Roush Racing drivers are struggling, but none of them expect to stay down for long, writes Rupen Fofaria.
The Busch brothers often take heat, but the garage chatter is louder than usual coming out of Texas, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Although none of his drivers were able to win the big prize, Jack Roush knows the pieces are in place to win several titles down the road.
On the strength of back-to-back wins, Carl Edwards is now a real threat to steal the title away from Tony Stewart and Jimmie Johnson.
Carl Edwards is no longer a star in the making. He's already one of the elite, and he just might win a title a lot sooner than anyone had imagined.
For Greg Biffle, the first Chase race was a lot like the regular season. He had a fast car and brought it home unscratched inside the top 10.
If Kevin Harvick's going to turn his season around, odds are he'll do it Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway.
Dover was the latest reminder that Greg Biffle and Jimmie Johnson are the men to beat for this year's Cup title.
Greg Biffle's win in Texas kept Roush and Hendrick teams dominant in '05. Still, the gap's narrowing.
Greg Biffle thought he had some salve for a rough season. But guess who knocked him off the pole?
With his victory at Loudon, Kurt Busch got the strong run he needed and solidified his spot among the top 10.
Most of Jack Roush's Cup stable had a good day at Darlington, but it could have been even better.
Jack Roush didn't put a car in Victory Lane at Phoenix, but is was a typically strong day for his stable.
Jeff Burton was once a Winston Cup contender. After fading, he's shaken things up and likes the future.