Advertisements I think Rob's team is playing well. How often do we all complain that, pre-merge, the teams are being stupid by voting out the strong players? We're always saying "don't you know the most important thing is to be numbers-up at the merge"? Regardless of what you think of Rob, he's probably the second strongest player on that team (Grant is a machine). Voting him out would be a disaster. Once the merge comes, really Rob is basically done. I'm not sure if he sees that or not but I can't see how he survives even one vote (OK, he has the HII so maybe he survives the first vote). The other team may be down numbers at the merge but the Redemption player, regardless of whether it's Matt or Sarina, will vote against him and Phillip will vote against him. He's got 5 and the other group will have seven (assuming they merge next week). Of course, anything can happen. Because it's Rob, he might just be able to convince his current tribe that they have to stay strong after the merge and vote out the other tribe. Traditionally that's not worked so well, though. Re: Grant. He definitely can play almost everything. However, Rob was the one at the back of the pack, getting Philip to move through the challenge. At least that's how it looked to me. Without that Grant doesn't have a chance to make those baskets. Of course, after the merge that kind of teamwork is not so important. Re: Stephanie. She basically got out-lucked. Yes, sure, she blew one at the end there but even so Matt would have won in the next turn. They may have billed that challenge as a memory challenge but it turned out to be almost completely about luck.