Survivor San Juan del Sur Power Rankings: It’s Time to Draw Blood

Hello, December! As we get nearer to Christmas, we also get closer to the finale. With only 8 people left, is it clear to you who’s going to take home the millions?

Jay was spot on with his predictions last week (good job!) but this week, it seems he and Wowie are on the same page with most of the players. Check out the power rankings for Episode 11.

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Last week: 7th
This week: 1st
There's no other acceptable player in this game who deserves to be on the top spot of this week's Power Rankings. Natalie is back on top ya'll. With her replacement Twinnie Jeremy leaving, she found new power and inspiration to fight and play this game ala Sandra did in HvV and Pearl Islands. She's got a great view of who are the remaining threats, she found the idol and took a sidekick in Baylor, and voila, she's in a great position right now and I can see her going to the end and win this game easily. Heck, I might not remove her from the top spot for the remainder of this season. Please win.

Last week: 3rd
This week: 1st
It seems like editors are building up Nat's story and it's not surprising to see her go very far. She's got an idol, she doesn't pose as a threat, and she's got a strong bond with Missy and Baylor. No matter which way she goes, she's least likely to be targeted.


Last week: 3rd
This week: 2nd
The sidekick of Natalie gets the 2nd spot this week just because she's obviously in good hands. Not a threat, Missy is way more threatening than Baylor, and again she's the power player Natalie's sidekick, and again not a threat.

Last week: 2nd
This week: 2nd
Based on her tribal council performances, we can see that Jaclyn has a very good idea on how to play her game. Her advantage is people think Jon makes the decision for her. This deflects the target off her and I kinda see her pulling an Amber.



Last week: 4th
This week: 3rd
May not be well liked by her tribemates but momma Missy has been playing so well. I view her as someone with great decision skills and it's very impressive. I hope she rips the hell out of Reed next episode during the coconut chop challenge.

Last week: 7th
This week: 3rd
Over the weeks, Alec has successfully evolved from being a younger brother who wants to prove something to the best goat in the game. Quite a feat, right? If there's any consolation, he's got a better shot at going to the end than five other people.


Last week: 6th
This week: 4th
She's going to unleash the Tribal Council monster in her outside Tribal Council next episode. I wonder what her and Jon is going to fight about? But whatever happens, I think she's safe with the girls in case she chooses to leave Jon behind. We know they won't break up though so we shall see.

Last week: 5th
This week: 4th
The reason Alec is a better goat than Baylor even though she's quite annoying is she's still got a loved one. And that is a liability. Yes, she found that idol with Nat but I'm not very sure if Nat would be willing to use it on her.



Last week: 5th
This week: 5th
No more protection. He doesn't have an idol anymore, he's at the bottom of his alliance, Jaclyn's gonna scold him next episode and he's a huge threat to win. I just can see him leaving next episode unless his alliance choose to just vote the other remaining guys.

Last week: 4th
This week: 5th
Missy's sweet mask has peeled away over the past few episodes. Now, everyone sees her as the cunning mother bear who will do what it takes to protect her cub. She isn't exactly charismatic, so I doubt she'll do well in front of the jury. She isn't a challenge performer either, so she's at the mercy of the majority.



Last week: 2nd
This week: 6th
Alec hasn't showed that he's an Immunity threat but we all know that he's capable of dominating challenges. If Natalie's alliance realize that Alec could have an Immunity run for the remainder of the game then he's gone. Good news for him is that I think they won't realize it and he could well go to the end solely because of Immunity. If he pulls that off, I can see him being the second coming of Fa-bee-oh.

Last week: 6th
This week: 6th
It's still hilarious how Keith idoled out his son. At this point in the game, there's no point in hoping to see a glint of strategy from Keith. He spits a lot, which is so annoying. And I can't imagine how excruciating it would be to watch him defend his game in front of the jury when half of what he says is inaudible.



Last week: 9th
This week: 7th
No more idol for Keith. And even if he does have an idol, he doesn't have the wits to use it properly. He totally blew his game off and his son and Reed's and Alec's with his STICK.TO.THE.PLAN comment. I don't see him redeeming himself anytime soon, Heck I don't see any time for redemption as he could be next on the chopping block.

Last week: 1st
This week: 7th
He's in danger. Aside from Reed, Nat's gunning for him. It only takes a couple and a stray vote to take him out. He's got no more protection and based on previews for this week, Jaclyn may be ready to draw blood.



Last week: 1st
This week: 8th
No one trusts Reed anymore after his deception last week. But who would blame him for doing what he had to do? I thought it's an intelligent gameplay but I would be even more impressed with him if he was able to control the mouths of his allies. Unfotunately it didn't work for him. Unfortunately, I don't see any chance for him anymore.
Last week: 9th
This week: 8th
What can I say? Keith screwed Reed big time at the last tribal. People now sees him as a double-dealer and that's not going to help him win or, at the very least, stay in the island. Even if Reed goes on an immunity streak, it's very likely that no one's going to vote for him, well, maybe Alec.

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