MIAMI – A shaky showing by rookie quarterback John Beck doomed the Miami Dolphins’ latest bid for a win.

Beck threw three interceptions and lost two fumbles Sunday, and the Dolphins fell to 0-12 by losing to the New York Jets 40-13.

Beck’s turnovers led to a touchdown and three field goals. In three starts, he has yet to direct the offense to a touchdown.

Despite the Dolphins’ woeful record, they were favored by 1 points, and the game was touted as their best remaining chance to avoid the NFL’s first 0-16 season. Instead the margin of defeat was their widest yet.

Miami extended a franchise-record losing streak to 15 games, and Cam Cameron remained winless as an NFL head coach.

The Jets wore navy and gold throwback Titans uniforms and looked like a different team, winning by a lopsided score for the first time this season. They improved to 3-9, with two of those wins over Miami.

AP-ES-12-02-07 1611EST

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