With one player returning to the game in the race to the finish, the Survivor: Winners at War finale power rankings look at who can make it to Day 39.
Half of the players in the game on Day 35 will make it to the end of Survivor: Winners at War. As such, our power rankings will reflect not only who we believe will make it to the end of the game (as noted by the Top 3 players), but who among them has the chance to win. This isn’t a prediction of the boot order for players four through six in our rankings, but their control of the game en route to being voted out in finality.
6. Ben Driebergen
Whenever it comes to Survivor criticism, I’m quick to keep in mind that the players play the card they’re dealt or draw from themselves and that it’s up to production to ensure players don’t thrive or have their gameplay diminished based on unfair elements. Essentially, you can not like a player based on your own feelings, but don’t hate the player; hate the game.
That said, Ben’s play in Winners at War has illustrated a step down from his winning season. With talented, seasoned players manipulating his direction in the game without him even knowing it, dropping information about who’s targeting others off the jump, actively turning down / heating up in conversations when things don’t go his way and doing little in his power to shed his reputation, I don’t see him winning.
He might not even play his idol at the Final Six!