This would be very vulnerable to being opinion-based.
There are certainly feats that some of us consider S-tier (or whatever ranking you'd like to make the highest), like Lucky.
However, even with Lucky, and especially with the feats in the middle tiers, the question becomes "what is the criteria that you judge these feats on", because otherwise, my game of political intrigue and negotiation is going to value Skilled much higher than it's going to value Weapon Master, and Billy Bob Joe's hack-and-slash game is likely going to value Weapon Master above Skilled.
Asking for a tier list, therefore, or even a section of the tier list ("Which 5e feats are bad or very situational?" = "what feats are D or F tier"), is going to depend on what the criteria on.
You can make this not opinion-based by giving clear criteria.
For example, what I think would be a good question in this sense is:
"For fighters, what is a tier list of feats to make you better in combat?" (This list is drastically different for wizards, for example, and even has differences from barbarian)
"What is a tier list of feats for my low-combat game that focuses on exploration?"