NASCAR Sprint Cup Title at Homestead: 5 Reasons Carl Edwards Has the Advantage

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NASCAR Sprint Cup Title at Homestead: 5 Reasons Carl Edwards Has the Advantage
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On Sunday, we will witness the perfect NASCAR showdown: Carl Edwards vs. Tony Stewart.

The Ford Nice Guy against the sometimes cantankerous owner/driver.

Only one driver will emerge victorious with the title of NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Sunday evening at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

The title fight has never been closer heading into NASCAR's season finale. Edwards leads Stewart by the slimmest of margins, a mere three points—three positions on the track, or less than the points differential between first place and second.

Who will be Sprint Cup champion come Sunday evening?

Here are five reasons to believe Carl Edwards is the man to get the job done.

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