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DOVER, Del. - Kyle Buschs bid for a tripleheader sweep at Dover ended with a wreck in Sundays Sprint Cup race. Buschs No. 18 Toyota slammed into the wall 124 laps into the 400-lap race and was forced into the garage. Busch won the Truck Series race on Friday and the Nationwide Series race on Saturday. Busch has the only three-race sweep since NASCAR expanded to three national series in 1995, accomplishing the feat in 2010 at Bristol. Busch led the first 81 laps of Sundays race before he was passed by Jimmie Johnson. He is just 1 for 9 in Cup races after winning the first two in the same weekend. Air Max Baratas España . Nix is a career .218 hitter in 425 games over six seasons. The 31-year-old right-handed hitter batted .270 with a homer this spring for Tampa Bay. Air Max Baratas Online http://www.airmaxbaratasonline.es/ . Berkman almost left the game last off-season before signing with the Texas Rangers. He then had another injury-plagued season and was limited to 73 games. Air Max Outlet España . -- John Fox will coach the Denver Broncos from the sideline and not the booth upon his return Sunday five weeks after heart surgery. Zapatillas Air Max Rebajas . -- Martin Kaymer never lost sight of opportunity even amid so much evidence of trouble in the closing stretch Sunday at The Players Championship.The Vancouver Whitecaps continued to struggle in front of goal on Saturday, as they were held to a 0-0 draw at home against DC United. It was the fourth consecutive game in which the Whitecaps have failed to find the back of the net. THE FORMATIONS In an effort to boost his teams attack, Whitecaps head coach Carl Robinson opted for a 4-4-2 formation with a diamond midfield. Sebastian Fernandez moved up front to partner Darren Mattocks, while Ethen Sampson made his debut at right-back in place of the injured Steven Beitashour. DC United made one change to the 4-4-1-1 formation they employed to beat the New York Red Bulls 2-0 last week. David Estrada came in on the left of midfield for the injured Chris Rolfe. THE GAME The words of my former manager at Ipswich, Joe Royle, rang true on Saturday night at BC Place. He once told me, “A team is only ever as good as its strikers.” Little did he know, he could have been speaking about the 2014 version of the Vancouver Whitecaps. If Vancouver misses out on the playoffs this year, it will be because they have failed to address their greatest need – they do not have a reliable goal scorer in their squad. Camilo scored 22 goals for the Whitecaps last season before leaving for Mexican side Queretaro in the offseason. He felt underappreciated (and underpaid) by the Whitecaps and, regardless of what one thinks about how he engineered his move out of Vancouver, it is a black mark on the clubs front office that they allowed their star player to become so disenfranchised. Vancouver is paying for that mistake right now. The team is creating plenty of chances for its front men to convert, they just lack a goal scorer to finish them. Darren Mattocks had a number of chances - including the best of the game in the first half - but failed to put the ball in the back of the net. One shudders to think where the Whitecaps would be right now if they had Camilo leading the line rather than Mattocks or Erik Hurtado, the only Whitecaps strikers to find the back of the net with any regularity this season. Mattocks and Hurtado have each played in 22 games this season, but have only managed to score six and four goals respectively. The opening half saw a concerted effort from the Whitecaps to play a high-tempo game. The front five – including Russell Teibert and Mauro Rosales flanking Pedro Morales in midfield – were quick in transition and relentless in their pressure on the DC United back line. But for all their territorial possession and prressure, the Whitecaps were toothless where it mattered most, in front of goal.dddddddddddd Kendall Waston should have scored after he got on the end of a Morales free kick in the first half, but Wastons header glanced wide of the post. Likewise, Jordan Harvey had a header in the second half fly past the near post after good work down the left side from the Whitecaps. The visitors made life difficult for Vancouver and, while it wasnt DCs most attractive performance of the season, they did what they had to do to pick up another point on their march to the playoffs. It has been a remarkable turnaround for head coach Ben Olsens side, as they have already picked up 31 more points than they did in all of last season. Olsens primary front men – Fabian Espindola, Luis Silva and Eddie Johnson – have scored 22 goals among them, which is quite a contrast to the production from the Whitecaps strikers. THE GOOD The Whitecaps kept another clean sheet, their eighth of the season. The back four looked in control for most of the game and Ethen Sampson did some excellent one-on-one defending before being replaced in the second half with cramp. Teibert, Morales and Rosales dictated the tempo of the game in the first half before fading in the second. This can be put down, in part, to DCs approach to the second half. The visitors were happy to slow the game down at every opportunity, as they knew that it would only take one chance for their front men, Espindola and Silva, to win them the game. Fortunately for Vancouver, DC were restricted to speculative efforts from distance. THE BAD There is a simple explanation for Vancouvers inability to score in the last four games: their strikers are not good enough. Mattocks and Hurtado are not the answer if the club is going to compete for a playoff place in the Western Conference on a yearly basis. They are too inconsistent and fail to do too much of the work that is required from the strikers in Carl Robinsons team. Vancouver must address this shortcoming in the transfer window at the end of the season. If they dont, Whitecaps fans will be biting their fingernails every year when it comes down to the playoff race. THE STAR MAN Kendall Waston was excellent for Vancouver. He won every challenge he made, both in the air and on the ground. He was tidy in possession of the ball, and nearly scored for the Whitecaps in the first half. More performances like this one from the Costa Rican, and Whitecaps fans can expect more clean sheets to come. 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