Thanks for all of the responses guys. I finally got through to my provider (Century Link) today and was on the phone with them for about an hour. Basically I've always had internet problems from the standpoint that I've never gotten all the bandwidth/Mbps that I pay for. For whatever reason. It's been a while since I've contacted them. My regular ping on the game is usually anywhere between 88-92. Last night was an anomaly when my ping tripled, but it represents a bigger problem.
I always play wired. My desktop doesn't even have WiFi. There's rarely any other device using the internet in my house when I play except for the rare occurrence when someone is watching netflix/hulu/amazon prime and that's when I have family over and I know when that's happening lol therefore I'm usually not on. So with the exception of the TV's in my house always connected to WiFI (but rarely streaming anything even when they are on) and usually my phone, my desktop is usually the only/main thing. My PS4 is used through WiFi because I never really game online with it (ever) and Xbox One is hard wired but I never have those online when I'm on my desktop.
Anyways to get to the point, I ran some tests with Century Link and they concluded with I'm only getting about 50-65% of the speed I'm paying for and they are sending a technician out this Saturday to check the lines, do some tests, check equipment, etc. Where I am, they are the only internet provider you can get. Literally the county above us, to the left of us, and to the right, have all the internet providing options in the world, but in my area, a select few towns near the beach along the coast of Alabama/right next to the Florida panhandle, Century Link is it. They have a region area lockdown or something and it's been that way my entire life. It sucks. They used to be called Gulftel before they changed their name to Century Link a few years ago. We'll see what happens after the technician comes and checks everything out, but I did want to setup my PC as the top priority. I've done it before and my settings for when I did it to my Xbox 360/One back in the day are still there so I'm assuming my Xbox One S is the top priority if that even matters. That stuff is ******** though, like in the QoS settings for Netgear, why do they have it to where MSN messenger and Quake and all that crap is in there and you can't remove it for priorities? Idk. I'm about to hop on and play now and we'll see if I'm back to my usual 92 ping but after all of this is said and done and the technician comes here and I get it straightened out, I'm expecting to have at least somewhat of a lower ping in the end.