Who Is Left? Survivor Edge of Extinction Week 8

It’s technically Week 8 on Survivor 2019 after that double episode (but Week 7 for us watching). The merge has gone down and a player re-etered from the Edge of Extinction. And another will come back later, but for now, let’s take a look at who is left on Survivor.

VATA Tribe

Eric Hafemann. Eric should now be seen as a threat since they’re at merge and Joe is gone. Could he be next?

Gavin Whitson. Gavin stepped up his competition game recently, so he could also find himself in trouble soon.

Victoria Baamonde. Victoria is still playing a smart game and has her sights on Kelley.

Ron Clark. Ron thinks he’s the mastermind of this season, so that will likely land him in trouble.

Julie Rosenberg. Julie has the first individual immunity win under her belt. Will she keep targeting vets?

Julia Carter. We got to see and hear more from Julia last week and it seems like she’s really got her head in the game.

Aurora McCreary. Aurora will likely find herself in trouble sooner rather than later since she’s been supportive of the returning players.

Dan “The Wardog” DaSilva. Wardog is one of the worst players in the game, but now that he is not seen as a threat because of that bad gameplay, will be make it farther in the game?

Lauren O’Connell. Lauren still has her idol and she had a good showing in the immunity challenge last week.

Kelley Wentworth. She still has her idol and she’s probably going to need it now that she’s the vet with the biggest target on her back.

David Wright. David could also be the one to go if Kelley uses her idol this week.

Rick Devins. Rick is back in the game and that almost made him an immediate target last week. Will they send him back this week?

Edge of Extinction

Reem Daly. Reem has been there the longest and has decided to keep fighting.

Chris Underwood. Chris almost won his way back in so he is going to give it another go.

Aubry Bracco. Much like Chris, there was no way Aubry was going to quit like Wendy and Keith did.

Joe Anglim. As the first to go to EOE after merge, Joe has a lot to prove.

Who do you think is going to go all the way this season of Survivor?


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