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Jimmie Johnson’s elimination doesn’t equate to need for change

We’re now one race into the second round, a.k.a. the Contender Round, of the 2015 NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup. Twelve drivers still have visions of the 2015 Sprint Cup, down from 16 in the Challenger Round that was round one. One of those drivers eliminated after the first round concluded with the waving [...]

NASCAR at Charlotte 2015: Race Schedule, Live Stream Info and Drivers to Watch

Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina plays host to the first race in the second round of NASCAR's Chase for the Sprint Cup after four drivers—including Jimmie Johnson—received the boot last weekend. The Bank of America 500 stands...Show More Summary

Kevin Harvick Dominates Dover International Speedway in Must-Win Race

Kevin Harvick enters the Chase for the Sprint Cup in legendary fashion. The driver had to win the Dover International to advance to the second round of the playoffs, eliminating Jimmie Johnson in the process. The race took place on Sunday, with Harvick leading after 354 laps. Harvick was 15th in the standings leading up

Nick Saban listens to 2 Live Crew? And more amazing revelations

Good morning! The college football weekend officially begins today, and here's your morning roundup. When you talk about "The U," you think of names like Howard Schnellenberger, Jimmy Johnson, Michael Irvin, Warren Sapp and Ray Lewis. Show More Summary

Two-Headed Monster: Will Jimmie Johnson Win Another Championship?

Looking at the year-by-year stats, it becomes apparent that most drivers experience a significant decline in production when they hit their mid-40s. Couple that with the physical demands of racing, and it’s no surprise that drivers such as Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart are deciding to hang up their helmets before they turn 46. Show More Summary

Will Jimmie Johnson, Like Tiger Woods, Fall Short of Rewriting Title History?

Is Jimmie Johnson in danger of becoming the Tiger Woods of NASCAR? Remember when it was a foregone conclusion that Woods would not only catch Jack Nicklaus' all-time record of 18 major golf championships, but leave it in the proverbial...Show More Summary

Kevin Harvick isn’t cheating, he’s just winning

Similar to Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson previously, Kevin Harvick is the latest NASCAR champion to face rumors of cheating. If there's a constant throughout NASCAR's history, it's when a driver and team exude overpowering superiority allegations of malfeasance soon follow. Show More Summary

Couch Potato Tuesday: NASCAR Elimination Races and Match Game ’78?

We’ve made it through part No. 1 of the Chase for the Sprint Cup. There are undoubtedly some disappointed drivers and disappointed fans. Our own Jerry Jordan is convinced that NASCAR’s happy that Jimmie Johnson failed to advance (but would never actually admit it). Show More Summary

Up To Speed: When “It” Happened To Jimmie Johnson

When you’ve watched racing for a while, you know that—sometimes—“it” happens. “It” can be a lot of different things, but the most simplistic definition is an unexpected turn of events that was  unpredictable and indeterminable. “It”Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson surprising early Chase elimination

Jimmie Johnson is out of the Chase after a parts failure Sunday. Jimmie Johnson's 500th career Sprint Cup start was memorable for all the wrong reasons Sunday, as the six-time series champion suffered a surprising first round playoff...Show More Summary

Kevin Harvick Finds a Way out of Dover; Jimmie Johnson Finds a Way out of Chase

Kyle Busch knew the frightening significance of Kevin Harvick's Sprint Cup victory at Dover International Speedway. Oh, yeah. Busch finished second. He choked on the exhaust of Harvick's Chevy all Sunday long, or at least for a few laps before the winner's red-and-white No. Show More Summary

NASCAR: Defending Sprint Cup champion Kevin Harvick dominates in a must-win race

Kevin Harvick dominated a race he had to win to advance to the second round of NASCAR's playoffs, while six-time champion Jimmie Johnson was eliminated from the field. Harvick led 354 laps Sunday at Dover International Speedway and earned the third automatic berth in the 12-driver Chase for the...

Mechanical Issue Prevents Jimmie Johnson from Advancing to the Contender Round

The day began with plenty of energy around the No. 48 car. Photographers circled around Jimmie Johnson, celebrating his 500th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start. However, amidst the gray sky and heavy winds, Jimmie Johnson’s day went from promising to abysmal. Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson's Chase hopes end with Dover problems

Your browser does not support iframes. Jimmie Johnson had every reason to be confident heading into Sunday's race at Dover. The concrete one-mile oval has been his best Sprint Cup Series track and the six-time Sprint Cup champion had...Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson’s Chase Hopes Decrease Early in Dover

Even a 10-time winner can’t survive the Monster Mile of Dover International Speedway. On Lap 105 of Sunday’s AAA 400, the last race of the Challenger Round,  Jimmie Johnson suffered a broken rear axle seal, sending the No. 48 car to the garage. Show More Summary

Jerry Jones and Jimmy Johnson are at it again over Brandon Weeden vs. Troy Aikman

Jerry Jones went a little overboard last week praising Brandon Weeden, the man who will quarterback Jerruh’s Dallas Cowboys in the absence of Tony Romo and darned if perhaps his biggest nemesis didn’t notice. Fox Sports’ Jimmy Johnson, who won two Super Bowls for Jones, heard Jones say that Weeden is “a thing of beauty […]

It's been 5 years since Jimmy Johnson sucked on 'Survivor'

It's been five years since Jimmy Johnson went on Survivor: Nicaragua. He was eliminated after eight days. It's time to acknowledge just how bad the former NFL and college coach's run on Survivor was. Day 1: Marty is thinking what we all are. Jimmy Johnson was an employee of CBS when he appeared on Survivor. Show More Summary

Todd Bowles cuts bait on latest Jets Twitter flap

Imagine that, the Jets involved in a Twitter flap. Only this time, their coach handled it and ended it quickly. According to Seth Walder of the New York Daily News, the son of Jets tight ends coach Jimmie Johnson said some disparaging things about a few Jets after Sunday’s loss, including a picture of “bum…

Son Of Jets Coach Caught Talking Shit About Players In Locker Room

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The son of Jets tight ends coach Jimmie Johnson learned a valuable lesson about Twitter yesterday. The lesson, as always, is to never tweet. Read more...

Son Of Jets Coach Takes Shot At Cromartie & His Kids; Cromartie Fires Back

The son of Jets tight ends coach Jimmie Johnson pissed Antonio Cromartie off on Sunday after the cornerback noticed a few upsetting tweets. As you can see, it didn’t take long for Cromartie to fire right back at him. That wasn’t the only tweet that has this guy in hot water, he also had something […]

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