Opinion: Third place not good enough for Gordon

Dec 7, 2009 | Posted by: The New Twenty | Full story: nbcsports.msnbc.com

Jeff Gordon finished the season with one win, 16 top-fives and 25 top-10s, including a series-high eight second-place finishes.

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“Drive for Five”

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Drive for 5 begins at Daytona.Jeff should get the best car.He's been there the longest.
MISSU3

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Sorry, but Gordon only won the one race this year because I went to the TX race and forgot to stick pins in my Gordon VooDoo doll. Every other week, it worked just fine. I will acknowledge him as a 4 time Champ when he retires and applaud his career, but it's not going to 5. JJ will have five, long before Gordons turn comes up.
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Dang, sorry about the doubt post. Only hit it once.
Connie

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jeff is still a better driver than jimmy any day jimmy just never takes chances and hendrick gives Jimmy the better car.

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