If you'll notice the picture, not only is Peyton Manning, available by trade, on there, but Drew Brees, a free agent at the end of the season, is also there.
If for some reason New Orleans doesn't re-sign him, he should be priority No. 1 as he is younger and would only cost money—not players and picks. But, Peyton Manning should, provided he is healthy, be priority No. 1. These are both reaches, especially Brees, but they would immediately make the Jets favorites to win the Super Bowl.
A realistic expectation of a Kyle Orton, or potentially, Matt Flynn could be viable options. Matt Flynn looked like he could make all the throws, and Kyle Orton is a competent quarterback.
Are either of them elite? No. Which would probably be the best option? Flynn. He has elite potential and a Kyle Orton floor, but after this weekend, he will probably be too expensive.
A dark horse for the Jets QB job to look out for, based on no rumors, just logic, is Tony Romo.
Cowboys fans are getting fed up, and the front office might listen; if Romo is available, expect the Jets to be the first to call.