The Jets had a miserable Sunday against the Bills, falling to their division rivals 32–6 in a game that was somehow more depressing than what was shown on the final scoreboard.

Quarterback Zach Wilson's struggles continued, whether throwing the ball, running the ball, or just trying to walk out onto the field.

As the third quarter came to a close, Wilson had completed just seven of his 15 passes and been sacked five times. Coach Robert Saleh had seen enough and benched Wilson in favor of backup Tim Boyle, who did not fare much better against the Bills but was at least a change of pace.

After the game, Saleh had to answer some tough questions about his offense. ESPN's Rich Cimini noted that Wilson went the entire game without completing a pass to a wide receiver.

"How is that even possible?" Cimini asked.

Saleh was at a loss for words.

“I don’t have an answer for that,” Saleh said. “Obviously, we’ll go back and watch all the tape. … Whether it’s separation, being more decisive, protecting, like I said, none of it was good.”

Indeed, of Wilson's seven completions, five were to running back Breece Hall, and one each to tight ends Tyler Conklin and Jeremy Ruckert. While wide receiver Allen Lazard did at one point catch one of Wilson's passes, the play was called back due to a penalty, nullifying the completion.

At 4–6, the Jets are currently well outside the playoff picture in the AFC. The offense is in desperate need of a kickstart, averaging less than 10 points a game in their past four outings.

Earlier on Sunday, it was reported that Aaron Rodgers was eyeing a return on Christmas Eve after tearing his Achilles in the first game of the season, just four plays into his tenure with the Jets. But if Rodgers’s comeback is to mean anything, the Jets have to figure out a way to steal some wins without him.