Darrell and His Brother Darrell and His Other Brother Darrell All Agree

al asifyouknowSenior Analyst IFebruary 15, 2009


The Fox crew CAN'T MAKE UP THEIR MIND, they're on the fence, so the rest of us were either blind or too drunk to see what really happened.

Here is what I saw on the tele, Dale Earnhardt Jr. was blocked by Vickers which drove Dale below the yellow line, Dale had plenty of room to get back behind Vickers but instead gave him a little bump on the rear corner.

The No. 83 spun and collected about 10 cars; most of them were cars that had a good chance for a top 10 finish.

Now understand, I'm old and can't see very well, so I may be wrong, I'm asking for your help, if you seen something different please comment on it.

In my humble opinion, Dale Earnhardt Jr. was MAD and gave No. 83 the boot in a moment of anger. Hey, it's racing, it should not be that big of a deal, except that it took out so many top running cars.

I guess Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a very likable guy, and no one believes he would wreck someone on purpose, and they may be right, but in this case I just can't give him a pass, he should not have done it...

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