While Matt Kenseth has the championship for Jack Roush, and Carl Edwards grabs all of the headlines for his running feuds, Greg Biffle quietly goes about his business, at times it would seem almost unnoticed.
Biffle has put together a very impressive career of 14 wins, 60 top fivess, and 105 top 10s in only 278 starts. Not to mention that he has two finishes in the top three in season ending points. So why isn't he mentioned more?
A lot of the problems facing Biffle, are the same problems facing anyone who drives a Ford these days. And that is, that they haven't won yet this year.
Instead of McMurray, it very easily could be Greg Biffle who was the winner at both Daytona and at Indianapolis. He was in a position to win both of those events, but in the end had to settle for third at both tracks.
Through the first 20 races, Biffle has scored a top 20 in 14 of those events, but it just feels like it has been very quietly and with minimal fanfare. Greg Biffle has never really been in the spotlight, and he continues to just sneak up on people and have good runs.