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Carl Edwards Should Follow Dale Earnhardt and Embrace His Inner Villain

Carl Edwards has come to a crossroads in his NASCAR career. It's time he faced the fact that the dark side is calling, and he needs to answer it. Last week at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Edwards was involved in one of the scarier, and most unnecessary, accidents in recent history. With less than five laps to go in the Kobalt Tools 500, Edwards turned sharply into the left-rear quarter panel of Brad Keselowski's car, sending the No. 12 upside down and roof-first into the outside wall. What followed was a media firestorm of speculation and accusations. Edwards was clearly retaliating for an incident earlier in the race when Keselowski nudged Edwards' car up the track and into the No. 20 of Joey Logano, effectively ending Carl's day. Several hours...

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