You're not able to code, but you're applying for programmer jobs? Is that really what you said? That sounds like Stupid Trick #8 on this list: http://sloperama.com/advice/lesson24.htm
If you want to get a game job, you need to do the things on this list: http://sloperama.com/advice/lesson27.htm
I re-read his post a few times and it does seem like he is saying this but if you look at his first sentence he states he does not have time or the effort to code anymore. So I think that's what he meant by this.
ssdko2209 do you have a computer science degree as most places wont even look at your resume if you don't.
I made the mistake of going to one of those crappy "game development" schools. I did the same as you as and applied for every position I could find and didn't even hear back from 5% of them.
Getting a programming job without a degree will be hard but possible as I was able to. I ended up having to go for a QA job at first to get my foot in the door and that job lasted for 2 years. To which I ended up at another company doing QA with writing test cases which eventually turned into a 50/50 job doing QA and programming after proving to the team I could handle it. Both of these jobs allowed me to meet many people in the industry which opened a lot of doors which previously didn't even exist. This allowed me to land a junior programming job at a new company as I had people vouch for me.
If you don't want to take a route like this I would suggest catering your resume to each position you are applying for. You can also send in sample of games or projects you have worked on that are relevant to the platform the position requires.
If you are unable to show any projects or that you have a degree most companies do not even look at your resume as they have multiple others to look through and to them, yours looks like a waste of time.