Survivor San Juan del Sur Power Rankings: #Huyopa, Really?

So now we’re down to 12. And the merge is looming. The preview has pretty much told us that the the two tribes are merging. It’s a whole new different ball game.

Plus, are these guys serious calling their tribes #Huyopa??

This time, those in the bottom have slowly clawed their way to the top while those at the top have fallen fast–and hard.

And that’s why our rankings have changed quite interestingly. Check out who we think are safe and those who are close to getting their torches snuffed.





Last week: 5th
This week: 1st

Her Katniss-esque volunteer last episode was impressive mainly because she did it mainly for strategy, in hopes of befriending one potential ally in Baylor. She sacrificed those amazing kebabs for longevity and I have a feeling that it would work for her. Heck, I think her move will shape up the merge onwards.

Last week: 4th
This week: 1st

From being somewhat invisible during the first episodes, Missy has become an evident strong force in the game. It seems now that Jon and Jaclyn weren't really the power couple at Nicaragua. It's the mother and daughter.
It's a long shot but it seems like Missy is playing off Boston Rob's book.



Last week: 4th
This week: 2nd

I never thought Keith would make this far. He's not the wisest in terms of strategy, but it seems like he has a good grasp of people's thinking. If Wes ended up being medevac'd because of what happened to his foot, I can see Keith going further in this game and he could possibly win too.

Last week: 12th
This week: 2nd

This girl's got more lives than a cat. Now that we're in the merge, the target suddenly disappears from her back. She's now in a relatively safe position, with ties with a lot of people. She and momma bear can go with anyone--Jon and Jaclyn, Josh and Reed, or Jeremy and Natalie.



Last week: 10th
This week: 3rd

I just said last week that I would probably never put Baylor on top of this rankings but since the merge comes next episode, she would be no longer a threat, a lot more bigger fishes to fry and I can see Baylor being one of the head of the Survivor kitchen.

Last week: 6th
This week: 3rd

Her gamble last episode paid off. By taking care of Baylor at Exile Island, Natalie is now Missy's favorite person on the island. But she better not stick with mom and daughter for too long. She has to break up the couples.



Last week: 3rd
This week: 4th

I feel like Alec is playing a good under the radar game. He's social and he can be a potential vote for an alliance who needs numbers. If he proves to be a loyal ally, then he can maneuver his way to the end with Immunity wins even if he's at the bottom of whatever alliance he's going to end up with.

Last week: 1st
This week: 4th

Keith has done really well in staying out of everyone's radar. Now that he's reunited with his son, it's easier for him to go farther in the game, especially since he has an insurance policy in his pocket.


Last week: 6th
This week: 5th

He's still one of the so-called king pins in this game even if I think Natalie is calling the shots in their alliance. But he's a good ally from what we've seen so far. He's also aggressive too. He's sometimes kind of obnoxious though and I hate that.

Last week: 9th
This week: 5th

I don't see Wes going anytime soon. There are bigger fishes to fry and what he needs to do now is find a really strong ally and make at least one memorable move. That way, he can defend his game if ever he gets to the finals.


Last week: 7th
This week: 6th

She could be one of the shot callers once the merge hits but I also see her a player who would protect her daughter first before hers, so I think Baylor would outlast her if the going gets tough for them.

Last week: 10th
This week: 6th

Although smaller in built than others, I think Alec will be targeted earlier. He looks strong enough for endurance challenges. But what I feel will be his downfall is his genes. He's way like his brother. You know what I mean.



Last week: 1st
This week: 7th

Surprise me Jaclyn and have an Immunity run. I love you and I want you to go far. Unfortunately, I think the singles will outlast the loved-ones and since Jon is still around, Jaclyn would be in danger. But hey, they'll probably target Jon first before Jaclyn.

Last week: 3rd
This week: 7th

This is the time when Jaclyn will pay for her bad decision in voting out Kelley. Baylor has crossed her before and I'm prety sure she won't hesitate to do it again.

Everyone will be gunning for Jon right away, and since she has no personal relationship with Baylor, their days as a power couple will soon be over.



Last week: 12th
This week: 8th

Reed is fine but I just can't read him. I can't predict his longevity in this game just because he's got no edit in terms of strategy.

Last week: 7th
This week: 8th

Contrary to what most people think after her whiny moments last episode, I don't think Julie is going to quit. She's a lot stronger than she looks and, for all we know, this could be her strategy to make people look the other way. She's obviously stronger than Missy and Baylor. I just hope the others don't think she really wants to go home and vote her out.


Last week: 11th
This week: 9th

Jeremy's target is Josh, and there's a possibility that Jeremy triumphs this great strategist. I like Josh though and I trust his intelligence to at least fight until his torch has been snuffed. I can still sense that he could win but it would be a tough road to get there.

Last week: 8th
This week: 9th

Jeremy's got a lot of things to deal with at the merge: Keith, having too much couples, and being an obvious challenge threat. He needs to go on a winning streak, find an idol, or solidify his alliance with the former Hunahpu. Otherwise, he's going home.



Last week: 2nd
This week: 10th

Even if Jon and Jaclyn chose Dale over Missy, I can see a dead end to their journey. Just because they're too much a threat, they're inseperable, they won't vote each other and if one of them has to sacrifice, it's definitely going to be Jon.

Last week: 11th
This week: 10th

Still, there's no indication that Reed is playing this game as hard as his boyfriend--or anyone for that matter. His shining moment was his victory against Baylor. Unfortunately, I don't think we'll be seeing him do something memorable and that's why he could be going home soon.



Last week: 9th
This week: 11th

I don't think he's that much in trouble in terms of social hierarchy in this game, but his injured foot would definitely affect it. Worse case scenario for him, he'll be medevac'd because of his foot but if he wants his good ole papa to win, then go sacrifice yourself Wes.

Last week: 5th
This week: 11th

He's been fading into the background during the past episodes. Could this mean he's going to be targeted early? Are his days as a puppet master over?
Baylor doesn't need him for protection anymore, so there's no reason for the young girl to stick with him. It also doesn't look like he's close to his new tribe mates so I'm worried that he's going home prematurely.



Last week: 8th
This week: 12th

I can see her quitting, and if she doesn't quit, I can see her volunteering to get voted out of the game just because she can't handle the rain and other elements. It would be such a shame because she has proved so many unbelievers already. I'm still hoping she doesn't quit though.



Last week: 2nd
This week: 12th

One word: threat. Taking out the Wentworths was his worst mistake. I don't see Missy and Baylor staying loyal to him and Jaclyn, especially since Jaclyn and Baylor aren't in good terms in the first place.

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