2. Isaiah Wynn, Miami Dolphins
Isaih Wynn is certainly winning more games with the Miami Dolphins than he was with the Pats, and he has a much better chance of playing deep into the postseason. But that's a case of the team carrying him.
Wynn himself hasn't really done anything to make Patriots fans miss him, even while we're dealing with offensive line issues of our own.
Pro Football Focus has given Wynn a pretty brutal grade of just 48.1 on the season, including an abysmal 43.4 as a run blocker.
That has him ranked 91st overall and 100th in run blocking among the 107 guards that PFF has graded out on the year.
The Dolphins’ offensive line has largely been pretty solid this season, but Wynn stands out like a sore thumb as the obvious weak link. Everyone else in the starting lineup ranks above average at their positions, while Wynn is right near the bottom.
The 2022 season had been the worst of his career, which is why it made sense to let him walk, and now he’s been even worse in 2023.
Dolphins fans who were hoping they were going to get the Wynn who flashed immense upside back in 2020 have been sorely disappointed with the addition.