Jets' awful offense and quarterback carousel continue.

NJ (AP)—East Rutherford The New York Jets struggle offensively regardless of quarterback.  Since Aaron Rodgers went down four plays into his Jets debut, Zach Wilson, Tim Boyle, and now Trevor Siemian have taken turns, and the same lackluster offense continues showing up.

Running back Dalvin Cook said, “We practice hard as an offense. We're not there yet, but looks and practice should translate to the game.Next Sunday, who will start as quarterback for the Jets against the Texans?Coach Robert Saleh stated, “I’m not there yet,” after the game.

Wilson struggled in his first nine games following the opening and was relegated to emergency No. 3. “He’s always in consideration,” Saleh said of Wilson starting next week. “I'm not there yet.

After an interception in the third quarter, Boyle was benched Sunday. He started the previous two Jets games. Failure. Boyle was 14 of 25 for 148 yards and the interception, while Siemian lost one of his three fumbles on 5 of 13 for 66 yards.

“You can’t put the ball on the ground,” Siemian said. I guess the last one was fourth down and I was trying to do something insane to move the ball up the field, but I had the ball too many times on the ground.”

The Jets' eighth straight game without a touchdown was their longest streak since the 2011 Rams. Only two touchdowns have been scored in their last five games. Saleh added, “We need to expect more from ourselves when we’re in those positions to go score.”

The Jets outgained Atlanta 259-194, but they went 2 for 15 on third down and 0 for 1 in their sole red zone trip.

“Yeah, it’s frustrating,” Siemian added. “Everyone is frustrated. You know the margin for error in this league is so narrow that it could be so close and then completely different.