The Jets DST played well in 2015 under new coach Todd Bowles, and hopefully they will continue to trend in the right direction this season. Last year, the Jets DST was No. 14 in standard leagues, but they finished just eight points behind the No. 12 unit. They had 18 interceptions, 12 fumble recoveries, 39 sacks and allowed just 314 points. But the Jets and Bears were the only DST units that failed to score a touchdown, which hurt their overall value. The Jets defense should again be a stout unit, but all eyes will be on Muhammad Wilkerson, who could be a holdout in training camp after getting the franchise tag this offseason. Having Wilkerson on the field and ready to go could make the Jets DST a starting unit in the majority of leagues. We consider the Jets DST a low-end starting option in most formats, and they are definitely worth streaming when the matchup is right.