The Ringer’s Chris Ryan returns to talk to Riley and recap the latest episode of Winners at War. They break down how the play of the 50-50 coin worked out, as well as the heavy whispering from this week’s tribal. They also discuss Kim stepping down at the immunity challenge and how peanut butter may be the most valuable commodity in the game. Finally, they explain the “Power Duo” archetype and hand out this week’s superlatives.
‘Survivor: Winners at War,’ Episode 12
Riley and Chris discuss how the 50-50 coin worked out, Kim stepping down, and why peanut butter may be the most valuable commodity in the game
The NFL’s best, most consistent offenses aren’t being run by Joe Burrow, Tom Brady, or Russell Wilson. Instead, they’re helmed by middle-of-the-pack passers with excellent run games. What does this mean for the rest of the season? And can those star-led teams get back on track?
Also, Musa and Ryan discuss the tragic events in Indonesia, where almost 200 fans lost their lives at the Kanjuruhan Stadium