Once again, the "Big One" struck in a big way at Talladega Superspeedway.
A massive wreck during the final lap of the Good Sam Roadside Assistance 500 gobbled up 10 of the 12 Chasers to some extent.
Matt Kenseth was the major beneficiary of the melee as he maneuvered himself to victory under caution.
In terms of the championship standings, however, the picture remains the same.
By sneaking through most of the carnage to finish seventh, Brad Keselowski further padded his point lead over Jimmie Johnson and Denny Hamlin.
Those three also maintained relative separation from the rest of the Chase field. Still, the Chase is not even halfway completed, and a lot can change over the next six weeks. As Tony Stewart proved last year, anything is possible.
Although every Chase driver still has a mathematical shot at the championship, some have much better odds than others. Here are the odds for each of the twelve competitors after Talladega.
Please note: drivers will appear in order of their points positions.