Big Brother 25 Player Rankings Week 12

Jag Bains and Matt Klotz in DR - CBS
Jag Bains and Matt Klotz in DR – CBS

After another week of Jag in power, Felicia spiraling and Blue being clueless in the Big Brother 25 house, it’s time to see how the houseguests scored in my assessment this week.

Let’s take a look at how everyone stacked up this week on my traditional grading scale.

Jag: 98/100. Jag holds onto his head of the class spot again this week as he won once again won the Head of Household competition and the Power of Veto. He does lose a point this week, however, as he is probably looking at the wrong target. But actually at this point, everyone but Bowie is after Jag, so he couldn’t really go wrong. But that lost point is warranted for another reason – he really doesn’t believe that Matt and Cirie were actually scheming against him and the were. Last week: 99.

Matt: 96/100. Matt holds onto his second-place spot and climbs a few points as he is starting to realize that he might not be able to beat Jag in the end, and he is actually making more solid connections outside of that duo than Jag is. Jag might be the one winning the competitions, but Matt has always made sure he was positioned a little better than Jag in the game.  Last week: 92

Cirie: 95/100. Cirie keeps the same spot but climbs a few grade points this week as she continues to be the one person no one even talks about putting up. The thing with Cirie is, she can do nothing all season, get taken to the end and then have the ability more than anyone else in the game to actually convince the jury to vote for her. I’d be ranking her even higher right now if she had any actual feasible power. Last week: 92

Bowie Jane: 88/100. Alert! Bowie Jane is in fourth place in our rankings! Never thought that could happen. But with so few people left in the game, and her solid with Jag and Matt, she’s actually in a good spot at the moment. Underline “at the moment.” If she doesn’t see soon that she can’t beat Jag or Matt in the end, then she’s playing for second place AT BEST and that doesn’t deserve a fourth-place score. But this week, it is what it is. Last week: 80

America 80/100. America climbs back up a bit this week because she made all the right calls when it came to Jag and Matt. She should’ve been the target this week, but everyone else was just a little worse at her when it came to making Jag feel secure. Last week: 73

Felicia: 73/100. Felicia was in a solid position, but then spent the past week tanking her game. She has messed up so much that she could even find herself going out in the double eviction tonight. Last week: 85

Blue: 64/100. Blue peaked last week, getting her highest score of the season, only to flop this week. Blue is going home tonight and has had no idea all week. She was getting sign after sign from everyone this week, too, and still just chalked it up to some nerves. Last week: 88

Flunked (evicted)



These scores and rankings are simply my own. There’s no real science to it, so please don’t take them so seriously. If you disagree, please share your thoughts in our comments below and on Twitter and Facebook! Let’s discuss!


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