Survivor San Juan del Sur Power Rankings – John Rocker Unleashed

Are we going to see John Rocker blow his hat off in Episode 3?

Val’s elimination can be catastrophic for this controversial athlete because Jeremy will think that he reneged on his promise to take care of his wife. And as if that’s not enough, Coyopa now knows who he is.

So what happens to him? Is he in danger even with a hidden immunity idol? Will Julie be put in a precarious position because of her loved one?

Who is safe? Whose game has improved? Who took a step for the worse?

Join us as we rank the remaining players in Survivor: San Juan del Sur.





Last week: 1st
This week: 1st
He's the puppetmaster of Coyopa and he remains to be in the middle of that tribe. He's in the safest position out of everyone in this game right now and it's because of his moves that obviously paid off so far.

Last week: 2nd
This week: 1st
Now that Val is gone, Jeremy, like Natalie, isn't a threat to anyone at this point. Add to that his alliance with the other girls. But more than anything, Jeremy has made all the right moves to ensure his safety. The impending fight between him and John in the next episode can only be good for him because it will make the others feel for him after John's betrayal.



Last week: 3rd
This week: 2nd
With Val gone, Jeremy will be fueled to play this game harder and push a revenge to the people who voted out his wife. He made a deal with Rocker about protecting both of their partners so the fact that Rocker failed to protect Val, it means Jeremy is now out for blood.

Last week: 6th
This week: 2nd
His vote during last tribal is a good sign that this guy knows how to play. He knows how to deflect targets but we can't be sure that Baylor trusts him 100%. It's good that Baylor has no other choice because Josh has one trusted ally. Plus, his level-headedness and ability to set aside his personal feelings to make game decisions will help him succeed.



Last week: 7th
This week: 3rd
They showed Missy being this caring and nurturing mother who shows affection for other people in the island. People like to have someone like her in a game like Survivor, and it doesn't hurt that she's aligned with Jeremy. I think she's very safe.

Last week: 1st
This week: 3rd
Dale is impressive once again because he can stay under the radar. Considering the fact that he was the initial target last episode, he's now in a good position. He also managed to paint John as a bad guy in his tribe, which is good because he adds one more shield. And he did is in a subtle way that no one would even point him out as the one who's badmouthing John.



Last week: 6th
This week: 4th
Kelley seems feisty and smart. He's also another ally of Jeremy so I think she's safe for now. I'm looking forward to seeing more Kelleyownage though.

Last week: 5th
This week: 4th
I've always thought that Missy will go farther than her daughter because she's lovable. She's like Tina from Season 2. Her loving and nurturing ways are things that will endear her to the others. We still don't know if she's strategic. But we all know that she's a good social player and that's a huge thing in this game.



Last week: 8th
This week: 5th
She showed her vulnerability when she found out that her Twinny Nadiya has been voted out. But yes she shed some tears but in no way it affected her being competitive. I think she's an asset in Hunahpu and she might lead the charge to vote out one of the guys if she had the opportunity.

Last week: 3rd
This week: 5th
Kelley is one of the strongest girls in the game. That makes her a valued member of Hunahpu. She's got a strong alliance, she's likeable, and no one seems to be looking at her as a threat.



Last week: 4th
This week: 6th
No one looks at Wes in Coyopa. There are several targets in his tribe and it's certainly not him.

Last week: 10th
This week: 6th
Nadiya's elimination can only work to her advantage because, like Jeremy, a single player in a Blood Vs. Water season is valuable. Hunahpu can clearly use her in challenges, so she's not going anywhere. Plus, I think she's made the right connections so she should be okay. I just want her to do something bold.



Last week: 2nd
This week: 7th
Same with Wes, there are bigger fishes to fry in his tribe.

Last week: 7th
This week: 7th
It's now obvious that Alec isn't the dumb Christy, so it's good. And even if he got owned at the immunity challenge, he's still someone Coyopa can count on during challenges. I'm just not sure where he stands with the guys but as long as they start winning and he keeps charming the others, he should be okay.



Last week: 12th
This week: 8th
Reed is well-spoken but we still have yet to see him in an alliance. In the meantime, I think he's coasting in the game well.

Last week: 15th
This week: 8th
Even after his failed attempt to dupe Jeff into giving them fire and fishing gear, I still can't assess what kind of player Reed is. Right now, I don't think he's strategic at all. All I know is he's bendy.



Last week: 5th
This week: 9th
Dale found himself in a good spot in Coyopa especially now that the women are against each other. If in any case the wind turns in Coyopa, I think Rocker will take the fall and not Dale.

Last week: 14th
This week: 9th
He's become more compelling this episode but I still don't think he's someone to root for. The only reason I think he's safe is he's on a winning tribe.



Last week: 15th
This week: 10th
Keith seems to be the weakest in this game but he's one of the funniest and sometimes, being funny triumphs being strong. If Keith continues to be adorable, he'll go far in this game.

Last week: 13th
This week: 10th
Keith, unfortunately, might still be on the chopping block just because he's older than his tribemates. And I still don't think he's got a solid alliance. He needs to start working on people to ensure he lasts longer in the game. And from the look of things, it's like he's been on the island for 30 days. He looked like he's ready to die.



Last week: 9th
This week: 11th
Lost the flint, acted cocky in his camp, then beat Rocker in the challenge. If Jon continues to be an asset for Hunahpu, he'll go far but if he continues bonding with Drew, he might find himself on the outs.

Last week: 12th
This week: 11th
Jon made a huge mistake by losing the flint. But he made a bigger blunder by admitting it. That can be used against him especially now that the girls aren't too happy about his antics. All it takes is for one girl to be annoyed by something he says or does and he's out faster than he can spell squat.



Last week: 14th
This week: 12th
Bada bing bada boom. Drew continues to amaze me with his ultradouchebag edit. He's lucky if his tribe gets distracted by a different drama but for now, if they lose, I can see Drew being in danger.

Last week: 16th
This week: 12th
This guys is really making a huge fool of himself. While most people would want to take a doofus to the end, Drew is so annoying people would be willing to take the risk of losing a strong guy just so they can live stress-free.



Last week: 16th
This week: 13th
Jaclyn is still on the outs in Coyopa and she's almost helpless now. All she needs is a distraction c/o either Baylor and Rocker, and she'll be fine. If she reaches a tribe switch then her odds are even better.

Last week: 9th
This week: 13th
Baylor really screwed herself by voting with the guys. With Val gone, she only has very limited option and that is to stick with Josh. The problem is, Josh is ready to cut her loose when needed. She can't go back with Jaclyn, either. Plus her fake crying at the challenge to guilt-trip her mom was so horrible.



Last week: 10th
This week: 14th
Baylor is aligned with the main strategist of the game so far which is Josh but I can see him easily dropping Baylor if she continues to be a source of chaos in their tribe.

Last week: 8th
This week: 14th
Jaclyn is adorable this episode. She has shown everyone that she's a force to be reckoned with. She's clearly the strongest Coyopa female and that she knows how to stick to an ally. The guys will need her when the numbers at Coyopa starts to whittle. But she's clearly on the outs, which puts her in danger.



Last week: 17th
This week: 15th
As we saw in the previews, he's going to unleash the John Rocker jerkdom next episode and it's either going to be cringeworthy or entertaining. I guess it would be the former and it would be the cause of his blindside. The only reason he's not the last in this ranking is because he has the idol.

Last week: 17th
This week: 15th
Despite finding the idol, John is still in danger because of his dumb moves. His comment about getting beat by a girl will not sit well with people. Then there's the fact that everyone knows who he is. And then, he made a wrong move by not strategizing enough (he told Josh about Val's idols yet he voted with her at tribal). So that puts him in a precarious situation with the guys.



Last week: 11th
This week: 16th
If Hunahpu loses the next Immunity, I can see Jeremy targeting Julie in order to take revenge against Rocker who did not protect Val in their last Tribal Council, which is a shame because I love Julie and I look forward to see her go far. But yeah, it might be bye bye Julie next episode.
Last week: 11th
This week: 16th
Julie, other than Jaclyn, was a sweetheart this episode. You just can't help but root for her in the duel. And she's sweet and lovable. Her only problem is John. She'll surely pay for her boyfriend's sins. And if Hunahpu loses next time, expect Jeremy to return the favor.

 

 

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  1. I hope they get Julie wrong. I don’t want to see her go 🙁

  2. Nooooooo! Julie should win this!

  3. Sadly, she will go home if John continues to be an ass.

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