The career of New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has officially hit rock bottom.
A week after throwing four interceptions and fumbling away the Jets' fading playoff hopes, Sanchez will backup former seventh-round pick Greg McElroy Sunday when New York welcomes the San Diego Chargers.
Now, Sanchez might be on his way out of New York after this season.
Earlier this week, the New York Daily News reported that the Jets will look for potential trade options involving Sanchez this offseason. While difficult—Sanchez is owed $8.25 million in guaranteed money in 2013—the report does highlight just how far the former No. 5 overall pick has fallen in the eyes of Jets decision makers.
Assuming there is a trade market for Sanchez, and the two sides could find a way to ease the burden of his guaranteed money next season, which teams would make the most sense for turning around Sanchez's sinking NFL career?
In the following slides, we break down the teams that could best help Sanchez in that daunting task.