After a brilliant move shook the game to its core, our Survivor: Winners at War episode 12 power rankings take a look at who benefits at the Final Eight.
8. Jeremy Collins
Were it not for Tony pulling off one of the greatest moves in Survivor history, Jeremy Collins would have been blindsided last week. Thankfully for him, a 4-3-2 maneuver countering a split vote that Jeremy didn’t quite know was coming until the 11th hour allowed him to fight and compete for safety and security in the game.
Winners at War has not gone Jeremy Collins’ way. He has lost ally after ally in critical moments, starting off the season by losing Natalie Anderson and later losing Wendell Holland right at the merge. Now that Tony has saved him from elimination, there’s a potential inroad for him to maintain his strategy of hiding behind shields.
Unfortunately for Jeremy, even though Tony made a major play to pad his growing resume, the Second Chances winner might still be public enemy number one. Tony didn’t make the move to save Jeremy; he pulled it off to strengthen his bond with Sarah, who had been growing more fond of Sophie.
If Jeremy wants to guarantee safety, he will likely need to win immunity.