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Kyle Busch or Denny Hamlin: Who Exactly is Top Dog at Joe Gibbs Racing?

In the NFL, when a team has two great hurlers who have their unique traits and skills that translates into winning results on the field, the predicament is often labeled as a quarterback controversy. While it may boggle some, who feel it's beneficial to have a pair of amazing players in one of the most pivotal roles on the football field, it's perhaps best described in an old adage: "There's not enough room for the two of us in town." Football Hall-of-Fame coach Joe Gibbs experienced a memorable quarterback controversy in 1987, having benched starter Jay Shroeder for the unheralded backup hurler named Doug Williams. The Washington Redskins would reap the benefits of Williams at the helm a year later, as he would lead Gibbs to his second Sup...

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