Before we get into Kyle Orton's statistics, let's take a look at some of the organizations where Orton might be a good fit.
First is the Washington Redskins. The 'Skins made some nice moves in free agency, but still need an answer at quarterback. Mike Shanahan cannot roll with John Beck and Rex Grossman.
Orton would be a good fit because he would hold down the starting spot and perform adequately until Washington is able to find a long-term answer. Receivers Santana Moss and Anthony Armstrong would provide decent options for Orton.
Second is the Buffalo Bills. The Bills have been looking for an answer at quarterback for quite some time, and it doesn't look like Ryan Fitzpatrick is that guy. Orton would provide a slight upgrade over Fitzpatrick and give the Bills a solid veteran to throw to Steve Johnson and Lee Evans.
In addition, Orton's weak arm might prompt him to check down to CJ Spiller quite often, making the high first-round draft pick a more justifiable selection for the Bills.
Third is the Miami Dolphins, who have former Broncos wideout Brandon Marshall. Orton and Marshall could conceivably develop a good rapport while young quarterbacks Chad Henne and Matt Moore learn behind a veteran.