Survivor San Juan del Sur Power Rankings: Tribe Switcheroo

A new episode of Survivor is coming up. And we’re hoping for a more explosive episode especially since the previews hint on a tribe switch.

How will Drew’s elimination impact the remaining players’ game? Will the ones at the bottom bounce back and find themselves in a good position?

Before we find out the answers, why don’t you check out our power rankings for this episode? This might give you a good idea on who goes far and who goes home.



Last week: 10th
This week: 1st

Natalie is starting to shine and last week's episode proved it. Without Nadiya, she has found her new Twinnies and was all out in targeting people she wanted out. With the upcoming switch, I can see her adapting quick.

Last week: 5th
This week: 1st
Getting rid of Drew has solidified his position in the tribe. He's got a good alliance and it seems like people still need him to win challenges regardless of which tribe he goes. The only thing he needs to do is make sure the others believe he doesn't have an idol.



Last week: 8th
This week: 2nd

Missy is one of the Hunahpu women who orchestrated Drew's boot. She was brave enough to mention Drew's name and that had me fanning. If Missy continues to be courageous in this game, she'll fool so many people because of her pleasing demeanor.

Last week: 1st
This week: 2nd

Back in Coyopa, Josh is calling the shots. That puts him in a very good position. He's currently the Regina George of the tribe. Everyone reports to him and look to him for guidance. He better pray a Cady doesn't come along.



Last week: 4th
This week: 3rd
Either the girls has Jeremy with them, or Jeremy has the girls with him. Whichever way we put it, Jeremy is safe.

Last week: 3rd
This week: 3rd

She was awesome at the last duel and that further enhanced her value to her tribe. Now that she looks like she's going to be switched to another tribe, it looks like her chances have gone up significantly, regardless of whether or not she reunites with Jon.



Last week: 12th
This week: 4th

Jeremy might have the strategy and the girls, but Keith has the Hidden Immunity Idol. If Keith uses this well, he might find himself in a great spot especially with the looming switch next episode.
Last week: 2nd
This week: 4th

Drew had a legit reason to target Kelley last time. This girl is dangerous. As long as she remains silent and observant, there's no doubt she can go far. Her ability to remain calm and strategize without ruffling feathers will propel her to the top.



Last week: 3rd
This week: 5th

Kelley's main hater Drew is now out of the game. However, she still has her baggage in the form of his father Dale. If people view them as a threat, then Kelley might be in danger. But to be honest, I can see her outlasting her father.
Last week: 4th
This week: 5th

Missy's the invisible mom at this point. She's playing a good UTR game and as I see it, it's the best move for her. She did well last time in getting the girls to vote for Drew. She sat back, waited for the right moment, and subtly told the others what to do. No one was thinking of Drew but she managed to turn the table on him.
Very clever, the way most moms are.


Last week: 7th
This week: 6th

We have not seen Alec's strategy yet, but we saw that he's a likable guy. Now that his big brother is gone, he can go all out with whatever he wants and I expect that from him.
Last week: 8th
This week: 6th

She's been safe since Nadiya got voted out. And her alliance will keep her safe for as long as possible. Let's just hope that the switch doesn't screw her or her mouth doesn't get her in trouble.



Last week: 1st
This week: 7th

Josh might be in trouble if he ends up in the wrong tribe after the switch. He should be worried because he's already playing a perfect game but there are twists and turns on Survivor and Josh might be one of the people screwed by it. After all, his bf Reed is still in the game.

Last week: 9th
This week: 7th

She's also in a good spot thanks to Drew's loose strategy. She may not be the most liked in her tribe but she has managed to stay in the middle. Now that Keith is on Jeremy's crosshairs, Julie doesn't need to worry about getting votes.



Last week: 6th
This week: 8th

Julie might still be perceived as a weak player. But with the right allies, there's a chance that we'll see her become a femme fatale of San Juan del Sur. Please make it happen, Barbie.
Last week: 14th
This week: 8th

Good news: Reed isn't anyone's target.
Bad news: He's so invisible it's hard to say if he is playing the game or not.



Last week: 2nd
This week: 9th

I love Jaclyn and this might be too low for her, but she's still got Jon and that could be detrimental for her longevity in the game. I hope she outlasts her girlfriend.
Last week: 11th
This week: 9th

He did put himself in a tough position by being Drew's buddy. And based on the preview, I think he is going to make people mad. Let's just hope that he gets the longer end of the stick at the switch.



Last week: 5th
This week: 10th

Wes is slowly becoming Coyopa's Reed and hopefully, once the switch happens, we'll see more of him. For now, I don't know whether he's safe or not but I'll just leave him in this spot for now.
Last week: 6th
This week: 10th

Drew's elimination automatically put Alec ahead of the others. But there's a chance that he gets voted out because people will start looking at him as athreat. Plus, his brewing feud with Baylor may or may not work in his favor.



Last week: 9th
This week: 11th

Baylor continues to rub other people the wrong way so that might be a negative for her. But if she continues to play this game aggressively, even with the negativity, she might survive.

Last week: 10th
This week: 11th

He's not remarkable but he doesn't suck either, so he should be relatively safe. However, if anything happens and some alliances are faced with tough decisions, it's so easy to take him out, the way bitches and dumb blondes get killed first in slasher movies.



Last week: 15th
This week: 12th

I still don't know what to say about Josh's boyfriend. Hopefully we'll get more of him once the switch happens.

Last week: 12th
This week: 12th

I still don't see the target being off her back. She's developed an impression that doesn't sit well with others. She's also not remarkable at challenges, so it is easy to throw her under the bus. And she is not very likeable. Her alliance, in addition, doesn't seem too solid either.



Last week: 11th
This week: 13th

Dale remains at the bottom of Coyopa. The switch could save him but the fact that Kelley is still in the game, that won't help Dale at all. Good luck Dale and I hope you play your fake idol.
Last week: 13th
This week: 13th

It's nice that he has an idol but he made a wrong move by throwing Jeremy under the bus. He should've planted seeds and not accused him. That will surely haunt him in the game.



Last week: 13th
This week: 14th

Jon seems like he won't be able to hide his blindsided self from the Hunahpu tribe and that would just put a bigger target in his back. Plus, we're getting nearer to the merge and if these players are smart, they'll get rid of Jon solely because of him being a challenge threat. Things are not looking good for Jon.


Last week: 15th
This week: 14th

He got lucky Drew threw the challenge because he was the obvious choice for the vote. Now that he's got a new life, he better start socializing and earning the trust of his tribemates. I believe it's not too late for him to get in the good graces of others. I just hope he gets switched to a tribe where he can be in a good spot.

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