Could the Jets turn back to QB Zach Wilson? Coach Robert Saleh non-committal about starter moving forward

Jets coach Robert Saleh is weighing all of his options at quarterback, including reinserting Zach Wilson. (AP Photo/Adam Hunger)

Could Zach Wilson return as the starting quarterback for the New York Jets? Maybe Tim Boyle gets a shot at redemption. Or there's the dark-horse option that Aaron Rodgers, who practiced last week, returns.

Where the dial stops on the Jets' quarterback carousel, nobody knows.

Head coach Robert Saleh declined to name a starter for the team's upcoming game against the Houston Texans.

The third-year coach is currently staring down the possibility of starting a fourth quarterback this season after Boyle's dismal performance in the Jets' 13-8 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, during which he got benched for Trevor Siemian.

But before Saleh could even truly ponder that, he had to address a report that when the team asked Wilson to take over the reins again, the former No. 2 pick was reluctant to accept.

When asked about it, Saleh vehemently denied the report.

"Let’s be clear," Saleh said, "if he was reluctant to play, guys, he wouldn’t be here."

Not only did Saleh say that Wilson wants the ball back in his hands, "he wants to start," Saleh said.

After The Athletic report about on Wilson's reluctance, SNY posted a clip of Jets linebacker Quincy Williams discussing what Wilson has been doing to get the job back.

Eventually all of this circled back to Rodgers, who is still recovering from the torn Achilles tendon he suffered in the season opener. Rodgers has said his decision to return hinges on New York remaining in playoff contention, but when Saleh was asked about former MVP, he didn't shut the door on Rodgers being back at the helm.

So now the waiting game begins. Saleh said he'll have an answer by Wednesday. Boyle threw for 148 yards, an interception and was sacked once before he was yanked in favor of Siemian.

Siemian wasn't any better as he fumbled three times, lost one, and was sacked three times.

The Jets are on a five-game losing streak and sitting at 4-8.