By Adam McGill @adammcgill83twitter.com on April 5, 2014
The fantasy NASCAR season is really picking up speed and this week's race in Texas should be one of the best of the year. To help you draft this weekend, here are the top-20 fantasy NASCAR drivers for the 2014 Duck Commander 500.
Menard has finished inside of the top-nine in three of the last four races this season. Now he won't crack the top-10 again, but he will do enough to warrant a top-20 pick.
McMurray has four top-15 finishes on the year.
Ambrose has cracked the top-25 in five of the six races this season, including two top-10’s.
Kahne has an average finish of 11.25 in Texas, but the fact that he is starting in 32nd will hurt his fantasy value this weekend.
Truex Jr. has been a mess this season, as he has just one top-20 finish on the year. Luckily, MTJ has cracked the top-14 in five straight races in Texas and will be a great sleeper to look for.
Newman has averaged a 14th place finish over his last 10 races in Texas and will be a great sleeper to look for after the big names come off the board.
Bowyer has cracked the top-17 in seven consecutive trips to TMS.
Biffle has finished inside the top-12 in his last 11 straight races in Texas.
Bush won last week at Martinsville, and considering he will be starting in 11th, look for #41 car to have another strong showing.
Gordon has only recorded two top-10 finishes in the last seven races in Denton County. He will start back in 12th and will be a hot-or-miss fantasy option this weekend.
J-Lo has cracked the top-11 in his last three trips to Texas.
Busch won this race last spring after leading an absurd 171 laps. He will unfortunately start back in 29th, so don't expect more than a top-10 finish from the veteran.
Edwards has won at Texas three times throughout his career. He will start this race in fifth and will be a shoe-in to crack the top-10.
In his last five starts in Texas, Harvick hasn’t started better than 15th place. Somehow, though, Harvick has finished inside of the top-13 in every race. He will start this year in third and will be near front of there pack all afternoon long.
Earnhardt Jr. is in the middle of a career season. He has four top-five finishes on the year and he will still be worth an early pick despite his 19th place starting position.
Kenseth has 22 straight top-20 finishes at Texas Motor Speedway. He has also cracked the top-five in five of his last six races at TMS and the veteran will be one of the safest picks to grab this Sunday.
Stewart has 12 top-10 finishes here throughout his career, including two wins. He will start on the pole and the veteran will finally be worth reaching for this weekend.
Hamlin has an average finish of 10.69 at Texas and has won two races here.
Keselowski has finished inside the top-nine in Texas in three straight races.
Johnson has won two of the last three races in Texas. He always shows up at TMS and will be one of the favorites to take it all.
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