We all know that another QB MUST be brought in to "compete" with (if not usurp) Mark Sanchez as starter for the NYJets.
There are a couple of other options that have not been mentioned that may be attainable.
These guys are not great but it's not like we're bringing them in to compete with a legend either, although Mark Sanchez will always be known for his legendary butt-fumble.
I see Matt Cassell as a name the Jets may inquire about, just as I think they may also inquire about Nick Foles, although Foles may come at a higher expense of draft picks.
It's doubtful the Jets can afford Alex Smith, and Matt Flynn is a dark horse but he may still be in play.
I've heard people on here mention Matt Moore (he sucks), Jason Campbell (not great either but a tough gamer), and Tavaris Jackson (whom I think is better than people realize) as possibilities.
Then there is the draft, there's: Geno (extremely doubtful he'll be around at #9), MGlennon, EJManuel, TWilson, TBray, RNassib, MBarkley, LJones and my late round sleeper pick MScott from Ari.
Chances are the Jets will look to draft one of the above as well.
In terms of other FA vets that are available: Brady Quinn, Drew Stanton and Seneca Wallace are out there too.
I'm not including Flacco although he is a FA, because the Ravens would be playing a dangerous game of chicken to let him hit the market, and I'm not including Kirk Cousins given the injury to RGIII.
So pick one vet QB (FA or trade) you would like the Jets to acquire and give realistic terms of the deal for that QB &/or name the rookie QB you would draft and the round you realistically would look to draft him.