Now that we're heading into Week 13, there's going to be plenty of competition for the final few spots in TJ's final. The focus will turn to the girls this week, and Bayleigh, Nany and Melissa are the only girls without red skulls thus far. That will make all three interesting options, from a fantasy perspective.
Here at The Duel, we'll be providing fantasy picks and power rankings for each episode of MTV's "The Challenge: Total Madness." Here are our picks for Week 13.
The Challenge Fantasy Picks Week 13
There's a lot to like about Bayleigh this week. For one, Swaggy C was just eliminated, which could lead to her try and go into elimination herself. She also was the subject of a sneak peak MTV released, and that, combined with some likely Swaggy-related confessionals, guarantees her a decent amount of screen time, at the very least. She's our MVP of the week.
Nany is a mainstay of the show, and she's a savvy enough competitor to know that she needs to try to get her red skull sooner rather than later. Politically, she's certainly got enough sway to send herself in if she wants. Plus, Nany can be a bit of a wildcard, which has paid off big once already.
In order to get some higher-priced players into the lineup this week, you'll have to go with some cheaper options. Rogan is tied for the second-lowest salary of the week, yet his 5.12 fantasy points per game are a significantly higher average than everyone else in his price range. There's some risk of him getting edited out due to his ties with Dee, but if you need someone to fill out the lineup, Rogan a really solid option.
The Challenge Power Rankings Week 13
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