Week two saw teams give it their all with two performances for the judges, and while several teams managed to score a few nine paddles from the judges, it doesn’t mean anyone is safe from elimination during Week 3 of “Dancing With the Stars.”

Following the controversial elimination of blind Paralympic skier Danelle Umstead and her partner, Artem Chigvintsev, 11 teams remain in the competition and will be dancing during the “Most Memorable Year” week, which can often be an emotional one for the pairs. Still, at the end of Monday night’s show, one team is going to be sent home and see their time on the series come to an end.

While fans can’t be entirely sure of which team has the lowest support from viewers, when the judges’ scores are considered, some of the teams could be at a disadvantage when it comes to whether or not they’ll survive the third week.

While Team Chernando, Team Fire and Flames and Team Witlo should all definitely be safe after receiving consistently high scores, x other teams are all prime candidates for potential eliminations.

Joe Amabile and Jenna Johnson, a.k.a. Team CHECK us OUT, as well as Bobby Bones and Sharna Burgess, a.k.a. Team Beauty and the Geek, seem to have the highest chances of being eliminated after Monday Night’s dances due to their Week 2 Las Vegas Night scores.

Of those pairs, Bobby and Sharna could be most at risk, as the radio host took matters into his own hands during their first two routines on the show by failing to complete the last choreographed move in favor of running around the stage in a victory lap and doing the Floss. Those moves angered some fans, who felt he was being disrespectful to his pro partner.

In addition, their scores have not been impressive, especially when the caliber of competition they’ve faced is considered. While the top teams have all managed to score 9’s, their best dance to date only earned 20 points, and they took a dip on Las Vegas night by receiving only 19 points for their Quickstep. A combo of less than impressed fans (even with him completing his routine for Vegas night), and low scores does not bode well for them at all.

Meanwhile, Joe and Jenna seem like very likely targets as well when it comes to the judge’s scores. They have been the least impressive so far, and while it’s notable that he is the only member of the cast to have zero experience as a performer, barring a drastic improvement, he won’t be able to catch up to his competitors. He finally received his best score of the season n Vegas night—but it was still only an 18 out of 30.

However, there is one other team that could be more at risk—solely because Joe has a solid fanbase from “Bachelor” nation, which has likely been working overtime to keep him in the “DWTS" competition. If they can successfully keep him in it a little longer, then that would put Team McVal, Nancy McKeon and Val Chmerkovskiy, most at risk.

While they’ve performed better than Joe and Jenna, Nancy and Val have suffered from less than impressive scores as well, topping out at 21 in their first three dances, and dipping to only 20 points on their most recent routine. In addition, Nancy is suffering from a fracture in her foot, which is likely to hinder her movement more if a step causes her excruciating pain. It’s very possible they too could be the ones sent home.

“Dancing With the Stars” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.