We’re less than a month away from the Big Brother 20 finale. Before we get there, eight has to become three, and really fast. Unfortunately for the Big Brother houseguests, they’re going to have eight players once again on Thursday. However, unless the game really shifts within the week, that player is likely to be on the bottom of the Power Ranking.
Next week is almost a free week for the current Big Brother houseguests. If the returning juror is available for eviction, they’re likely to be the target of the week. So going into Thursday, which players have the most power and safety? Read our Big Brother 20 week 9 power ranking to find out.
Fessy, Fessy, Fessy. Faysal Shafaat got himself into this mess, and we don’t see him getting himself out of it anytime soon. Unless a Big Brother miracle happens in his favor, Faysal will walk out the door on Thursday. Then he’ll compete against his former Hive alliance members. If it’s an endurance competition, the odds are more in his and Scottie Salton’s favor to return to the game.
If Faysal does return, he’s almost guaranteed to walk back out the house, unless he wins the Head of Household or Veto competition.
Sam Bledsoe continues to slip down the ranking. She also doesn’t help her position by openly making it known that she doesn’t like Angela Rummans and Haleigh Broucher. Those two have two of the better competition stats than the current eight players remaining. Sam also isn’t as close with Tyler Crispen as she once was, so she doesn’t have his protection. Sam is likely to go next if the person who won the Jury Battle Back gets safety this week. If someone else makes themselves a bigger target, or if Tyler stumbled and wins HOH, is her only hope to stay much longer in the game.
Haleigh has been making decent progress this week. Without Faysal, she might be able to blend into the background again. With the only solid surviving Hive member in the game, people aren’t going to see her as that threatening. Additionally, Brett, JC Mounduix, and whoever wins Jury Battle Back are likely going to want to keep her around as an ally. This gives her three solid votes that might help keep her around longer. Her biggest obstacle will be Tyler, who hasn’t forgotten that she’s the only person to put him on the block.
Brett is still the low man of the Level 6 alliance. If he doesn’t pivot soon, and Level 6 continues to dominate the game with their strategy, Brett will find himself walking out the door before JC, and maybe even before Sam. If Brett starts now, he can build a new team to work with hm when the time comes to flip on Level 6. If he just stays passive, he’s going to really become the lone wolf when the other players strike.
JC has been working hard all Big Brother 20. He just doesn’t realize he’s been working hard to go out in fourth place. JC is starting to wake up to the fact that Tyler, Kaycee Clark, and Angela won’t turn on each other anytime soon, if ever. However, it might be too late. One of his closest allies, Faysal, is about to leave the game, and his other potential allies don’t trust him. JC will really need to start winning competitions if he wants to better position himself in the game.
Angela is not well liked by the Big Brother 20 jury, but she’s making strides with the houseguests. Faysal believes that he can turn the house against Angela, but he’s in for a surprise when his actions probably just make him look bad. Angela’s chances of winning the game seem to get smaller every week, but her chances of staying in the house get greater. Plus, if Angela stays long enough, the jury might start to change their opinions of her, and she could be the surprise winner of the season.
Kaycee is well liked by the entire house. Also, if the jury decided to vote bitter, and Kaycee and Tyler, or Kaycee and Angela, are in the final two, Kaycee could take it all home. Kaycee has also being doing a good job of becoming closer with players she once had no relationship with, like Haleigh and Faysal. The only way Kaycee gets taken out of the game is if people start to see her as a jury threat.
Everyone seems to love Tyler. The only players who might eventually try to take him out are Haleigh, the returning juror, maybe Sam if she feels betrayed enough, or Brett if he worries about being taken out first. However, it’s highly unlikely that there will ever be enough votes to get him out. A major shift in the game would have to happen to completely tank Tyler’s game.
Despite Haleigh and Faysal claiming the Hive would vote bitter, we think that they would eventually change their mind and give Tyler the win next to almost anyone, except maybe JC or possibly Brett.
Who do you think is playing the best game this week in the Big Brother 20 house?
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