‘Survivor’ predictions slugfest: Is Baylor Wilson a bad player? Who will win?

Are we overestimating Baylor Wilson‘s gameplay on “Survivor“? With Josh Canfield gone, who can win this season? Those are just some of the topics Gold Derby Senior Editor Matt Noble and I discuss during our new “Survivor: San Juan del Sur” predictions slugfest, which you can watch below.

Matt and I make our predictions for who we think can win, giving reasons for why Baylor, Jeremy Collins and Natalie Anderson are our current favorites. Also discussed: Are Jon Misch and Jaclyn Schultz frontrunners or followers? Will Wes Nale and Keith Nale be split up next week? And how does this season stack up against its predecessors?

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Watch all of our ‘Survivor’ Slugfests:
#29.00 ‘Preshow Smackdown’ | #29.01 ‘Suck It Up and Survive’
#29.02 ‘Method to This Madness’ | #29.03 ‘Actions vs. Accusations’
#29.04 ‘We’re a Hot Mess’
| #29.05 ‘Blood is Blood’
#29.06 ‘Make Some Magic Happen’
| #29.07 ‘Million Dollar Decision’

Get started by making your prediction as to which of the remaining players will end up as the winner of “Survivor” using our easy drag-and-drop menu below our Editors’ video slugfest.

2 thoughts on “‘Survivor’ predictions slugfest: Is Baylor Wilson a bad player? Who will win?

  1. Baylor is lazy and greedy. Missy is greedy and used up the rice on her original tribe and then when they split up the tribes to make new tribes, she and her daughter pigged out on their rice. VERY greedy pair. I also think that Missy allows Baylor to win when they are up against each other in challenges. She does Baylors work for her at camp because Baylor is so stinking LAZY! Jeremy is a smug selfish jerk. I haven’t liked him since he blamed John for his wife being voted out., he was just one vote ya moron! How can you blame one person? Idiot and feels sorry for himself ALOT! Those 3 need to go, but unfortunately they will probably go to nearly the end. I think Keith should win.

  2. Baylor is one of the worst Survivor players ever to play the game-except she does not play the game seriously and does not even try to help the tribe. In addition, some of the male players were flirting with her and even keeping her in the game rather than voting her off. I am getting sick of the theory “sex sells” and the idea of sex appeal and looks keeping a person in the game rather than how the game is played in particular. Jeff should be allowed to put his foot down if the flirting and sex appeal gets out of hand. The men can flirt with Baylor after the season is over, but not if it’s going to affect the game. I am also appalled with Missy’s conduct. I mean, you’re her mom, you should do something about your daughter’s ways. In addition, she too covers up for Baylor. That is a poor example of parenting and Missy should be voted off along with Baylor.

    All of the people who chose to keep them in should be voted off as well. Wes got screwed over the men using sex sells as an excuse to keep Baylor in. CBS should have some rules in order to make the game fair and based on gameplay, not looks.

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