Most disappointing player at each position in fantasy football through first half of 2023 season

We are already halfway through the 2023 NFL season and we have seen a lot of great performances as well as some pretty big disappointments. At this stage of the fantasy football season, you likely know whether you have a contending team or one that will be playing in the consolation bracket. If it's the latter, perhaps you put too much stock in one of the players below.

Nov 5, 2023; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA;  New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones (10) throws
Nov 5, 2023; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones (10) throws / Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports
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Juwan Johnson, New Orleans Saints
Sep 18, 2023; Charlotte, North Carolina, USA; New Orleans Saints tight end Juwan Johnson (83) with / Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

Tight End: Juwan Johnson, New Orleans Saints

Juwan Johnson finished the 2022 season strong, making him a name to watch this offseason.

Many fantasy players were looking for a guy they could get some upside out of at tight end outside of the likes of Travis Kelce, Mark Andrews and George Kittle. A lot of players thought Johnson would be that guy coming off of a 42-catch season.

That has not been the case this season as Johnson has caught just 13 passes all year and scored his first touchdown this past Sunday.

Redraft outlook: Even with such inconsistent options at this position this season, Johnson is a low-tier tight end this season and will remain one the rest of the way. Only play him if you need to replace someone during a bye week or if your main starter is hurt.

5 buy and 5 sell options in dynasty leagues ahead of Week 9. dark. Next. Buy/Sell Dynasty

Dynasty outlook: Johnson is still only 27 years old and could easily still have his best football in front of him. I would consider sending out some trade offers to see if you can get an owner to bite on that potential but if not, hang onto him and see what his future holds.