RICHMOND, Va. -- Joey Logano punched his ticket to NASCARS playoffs. Marcos Ambrose punched Casey Mears. Logano used a savvy move to get around three dueling former champions in the final laps Saturday night at Richmond International Raceway, and the classic short-track ending caused tempers to flare in a big way in the garage afterward. The biggest skirmish had Marcos Ambrose, who finished 18th, confronting Casey Mears, who was 19th. Mears first pushed Ambrose out of the way, and Ambrose retaliated with a thundering punch in the face that appeared to draw blood. It was unclear what caused the two to confront each other, but NASCAR vice-president of competition Robin Pemberton said the governing body would review the matter. Logano, meanwhile, needed 26 races and two trips to Richmond before putting himself in NASCARs playoff last season. There will be no such nail-biting this year, and it took just one Richmond race to make it so. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver took advantage of the late-race duel to grab the lead and then outran former champions Matt Kenseth, Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski. Loganos second victory essentially assured him a spot in the 10-race Chase for the championship, which he only achieved on his last chance a year ago. Loganos first career victory on the 0.75-mile oval came when Gordon, Kenseth and Keselowski raced in a triangle jockeying for position, and Logano went underneath all three and held off Gordon for his fifth career Sprint Cup victory. "Im more surprised than anyone else here," Logano said. "This is one of my worst tracks. ... What a crazy finish." It got crazier afterward, with Keselowski vowing to remember how Kenseth blocked him from a chance at winning. "I had a shot at winning the race and felt like he ran me off the track," said Keselowski, who was fifth on the final restart, but had the fastest car on short runs all night. "You race to win and he definitely was racing to win, but you hope when somebody races to win that they at least win the race if theyre going to wreck you or run you off the race track. "It was just a mind-boggling move to me, but I made sure I got him back and made sure my teammate could win the race. ... I thought it was uncalled for. ... Just got to put that in the bank and remember it," Keselowski said. Gordon said Kenseth was just doing what he needed to do to try and hang on. "I think Matt did what he thought he had to do to win," Gordon said. "He started making his car real wide. He probably didnt make the guys behind him real happy." Kenseth had come from nowhere after lurking in the back of the top 10 all race long, suddenly charging through the field and passing Gordon to grab the lead with 38 laps to go. It was his first lead. "I was trying to win the race. I think thats what all five of us were trying to do," Kenseth said. Logano, meanwhile, looks forward to the next 15 races knowing hes already got a spot in the playoffs. "At this point, we really have nothing to lose," Logano said of the remaining 15 races before the Chase field is set. "Its all about going for wins and having fun out there and making sure were ready for when the Chase starts." Gordon said the three-way battle helped create the opening for Logano. "I was really just trying to battle with those guys to get the best finish that we could," Gordon said. "(Logano) was in a great position while we were all sitting there sliding around battling it out. To come home second is still a great finish." Kyle Busch, never in contention, rose to finish third, followed by Keselowski and Kenseth. "That last restart was intense. ... I just drove by everybody," Busch said. Gordon, who led 173 laps, and teammate Earnhardt both seemed poised to challenge at the end, but after the final restart, Team Penske teammates Logano and Keselowski became the ones to watch. Their cars had easily been the fastest on fresh rubber all night, so much so that Gordon said, "I just had to let the 2 and the 22 go right by me because they were so fast" on fresh tires. Signs of the wild ending may have come very early. Clint Bowyer started third and hoped a return to one of his best tracks would allow him to put last September behind him. That was when Bowyers intentional spin late in the last race before the playoffs jumbled the finishing order, and the drivers who made the Chase, leading to a NASCAR investigation. Instead of a clean run, Bowyer hit rookie pole-sitter Kyle Larson on the opening lap, sending Larson spinning. 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Their run game has collectively managed only 3.1 yards per carry over the last two games, with leading rusher Giovani Bernard gaining just 62 yards on 23 attempts. Meanwhile, No. 1 wide receiver A.J. Green has missed three consecutive games - and is questionable this week - with a toe injury. His prospects for Sunday against Jacksonville will depend on how much practice work he can handle. But amid the adversity, some jewels have been uncovered. The Bengals have seen No. 2 man Mohamed Sanu pick up the aerial slack in Greens absence, catching 18 balls for 299 yards while serving as quarterback Andy Daltons main target. He caught five passes for 125 yards last week against Baltimore, in a 27-24 win that ended 0-2-1 streak since a Week 4 bye. Mos been playing great, Dalton said. I have a lot of confidence in him, and he has a lot of confidence in himself that hes going to make plays. Dalton hasnt had a touchdown pass since the 37-37 tie with Carolina in Week 6, but hes got a chance to have both Sanu and Green in the lineup together against the Jaguars for the first time since Oct. 5. Its a prospect thats got Sanu sounding confident. Now its going to be that theyre going to have to play us straight-up, he said. They cant double-cover any one of us. Theyre going to have to play man-to-man. Thats what we want. It doesnt help Jacksonvilles cause that starting cornerback Alan Ball wont be available after he was placed on season-ending injured reserve. The Jaguars signed Tommie Campbell, who played 37 games with Tennessee from 2011 to 2013, as a roster-filler. Linebacker Paul Posluszny was lost for the season with a torn chest muscle a week earlier, and defensive end Andre Branch is out for several weeks with a groin injury. Jacksonville is winless in its last five road games with an average deficit of more than 17 points, while Cincinnati is 12-0-1 in its last 13 regular-season games at Paul Brown Stadium. We have to come back and truly attack these things, Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said, because we cant continue in this fashion. The Jaguars have scored 14.8 points per game through seven games - worst in the NFL - while their weekly average of 306.6 yards per week is better than just two teams, winless Oakland and one-win Tampa Bay. Theyve turned the ball over 18 times to tie the one-win New York Jets for the leagues worst mark and the resulting minus-10 turnover differential is 31st among 32 teams. Cincinnati is plus-5 in that statistiic, tied for sixth in the league.dddddddddddd The quarterbacking era heralded by first-round rookie Blake Bortles has been more miss than hit, with the youngster tossing 12 interceptions in five-plus games since he took over for veteran Chad Henne. Two of the interceptions - and a lost fumble - came in a 27-13 defeat last week against Miami. Four of the interceptions have been brought back for touchdowns. Im not going to say Im mad at myself, because thats not really going to help anything, Bortles said. Nobody cares, and its not going to help me do anything. Youve just got to learn from it. Youve got to go figure it out, start watching film and find out what you can do to try to be better. On the plus side, Bortles may have a new gem in his arsenal, too. Former University of Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson has run for 127 and 108 yards in his last two games, catapulting him to the top spot among Jacksonvilles rushers in 2014 and becoming the first Jaguar to run for 100- plus in two straight games since Maurice Jones-Drew three years ago. Its nice to see the running game getting better, guard Brandon Linder said. Hes a talented athlete and a great team player. He brings it on every play and is very confident in the way he runs. Thats Denard. He makes things happen. WHAT TO WATCH FOR Two if by Air Presuming Green finds his way to the field on Sunday, itll create a matchup for he and red-hot teammate Sanu against the Jaguars cornerback tandem - minus the injured Ball - of Demetrius McCray and Dwayne Gratz. Their most recent test came last week against Miami, whose top threat, Mike Wallace, was limited to two catches and no other target had more than three. A Developing Situation The Jaguars drafted Robinson as a wide receiver after he was a quarterback with the Wolverines, but hes clearly found a niche as a runner. Cincinnati hasnt exactly been a collective run-stopping machine either, allowing at least 107 yards on the ground for five straight games after its first two foes in 2014 - Baltimore and Atlanta - accounted for 94 and 97, respectively. OVERALL ANALYSIS Robinsons a nice little story and the Bengals havent reached the level theyd presumably attained after going 3-0 in the seasons early stages, but its simply hard to imagine the Jaguars winning here. They dont travel well, they dont score much and their defense is inconveniently beaten up on the way to a visit to face a team thats got a number of potential difference-makers on offense. 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