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Survivor: Edge of Extinction Player of the Week (Episode 4)


Vote now for your Player of the Week!

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Each week here on Inside Survivor we will be running a fan poll to determine the Player of the Week. Readers can vote for the player that impressed them the most with their strategic gameplay, social skills, and overall performance. The poll will close on the following Wednesday.

In the fourth episode of Survivor: Edge of Extinction, we saw the elimination of Rick Devens, the 33-year-old Morning News Anchor from Macon, GA. Vote now for your Player of the Week. Last week’s winner was Aubry Bracco with 303 Votes (35.86%).

Weekly Results

Week 1: Kelley Wentworth
Week 2: Lauren O’Connell
Week 3: Aubry Bracco

Who is your player of the week?


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  • yeltra

    I’ve voted The Wardog every week so far. I knew everyone would eventually come around.

  • Whistler

    Trust is everything in this game. Nobody trusts Wardog. Kelley only has one real ally. Why vote for them? Just for being on the upper hand in this tribal?

    • Cristian Quinn

      Who would you vote for then?

      • Whistler

        I voted for Lauren for keeping her idol secret and in her pocket while she was targeted.

    • Kim from Texas

      I feel like Wardog was most responsible for getting out Rick this week. I feel like Kelley/Lauren/Wardog are a very solid alliance. You will notice that these three are in the top 4 of the current votes. Who did you want to win player of the week?

      • Whistler

        It aint a solid alliance if two out of three keep saying they don’t trust each other.

    • Ryan Neilson

      Kelley has stated in the confessionals released online that she trusts Wardog more than she trusts Lauren. The episode just portrayed Wardog as a swing, even though there was a 0% chance of him flipping.