The Jets are going into their mini-bye with a major quarterback question.
Robert Saleh, Wilson's coach, was non-committal on his Week 17 quarterback plans. Wilson could be benched again if Mike White isn't cleared to play in Seattle.
The opportunity to confirm Wilson's status was passed on. I don't have any answers for you.
The Jets' other options are Joe Flacco and practice-squad quarterback Chris Streveler, who sparked the offense, albeit briefly, in a relief role.
Wilson was booed all game and spent the final 18 minutes on the bench, watching Streveler, a journeyman in his season debut, help the team.
The Jets' playoff chances are far-fetched, but Wilson's future is still a hot-button issue.
Wilson was the second overall pick in the draft. When asked if he was still confident that Wilson was the franchise's quarterback of the future, he said, "We're never going to stop on anyone." I have faith in our guys.
It was a completely different stance from him.
Next week, White will get more rib scans. He will start if he is cleared for contact. Since Wilson was benched, the team has not named a permanent starter.
Wilson is struggling from a mental standpoint.
Saleh asked if Wilson has lost his confidence. I am with you." It isn't easy to overcome, but it doesn't take a lot to make you feel better. He just needs to get going.
Wilson was 9-for-18 for 92 yards, leading the offense to only three points in seven possessions, and the field goal was a gimme because the Jets had the ball on the Jacksonville 16 after a turnover.
The mobile Streveler had been elevated from the practice squad before the game. Streveler led a 76-yard drive that ended in failure. He ran for a team high 54 yards and completed 10 of 15 passes.
Flacco didn't see any action.
Wilson said it's hard to see another quarterback spark the offense.
He said that he needed to look himself in the mirror. I have to return and watch this tape. You need to be tough. To be hard on yourself, you need to be. You just want to know why the ball is not moving. That begins with me. I need to figure it out.
The offense has run better with White, Flacco and Streveler than it has with Wilson. Mike LaFleur wouldn't say why.
"I'm not going to say no to that one," he said. I'm not trying to compare him to anyone else. I have to figure it out and figure out a way to get him going.