When the Jets moved up to draft Mark Sanchez fifth overall in 2009, they were hoping that he would become the face of the franchise to take them to the next level. And for the first two years, he did enough to take them to the AFC Championship game. But his next two years, a combination of his penchant to throw interceptions, along with the lack of talent in the offense, now have many Jets fans calling for the end of Sanchez in New York.
And after their 14-10 loss against the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football, a game where Sanchez threw four interceptions and had a very dismal 32.6 quarterback rating, the Jets may soon be cleaning house by not only getting rid of Sanchez, but head coach Rex Ryan, who insisted on starting the struggling Sanchez for most of the year, and general manager Mike Tannenbaum.
With the failed Tim Tebow experiment and his unlikely return, the Jets are in the market for the quarterback. But with a questionable quarterback draft class coming, the team may look to target quarterbacks already in the league, and use the draft to build around said quarterback.
But just who are some possible targets for this struggling Jets team?