Sure. Just bring in a couple of linebackers and a QB (which terrible one do you want) and we're good to go. Except we probably will have to replace 3 linebackers, both of the guards are free agents, our WRs are horrible, our tight end is a free agent, both safties, the nose tackle, etc etc. Oh yeah. And we have to deal with Revis.
Yet, despite all of that, the Jets will finish 1 game out of the playoffs. With the worst 14 game performance we've ever seen in a QB in a period of time where QB play trumps almost everything else, this team will finish exactly in the middle of the pack of the NFL. Any starting caliber veteran QB could win 2 more games for this team than Sanchez did this year. That player TBD should be a stop gap until you're able to draft and develop a young guy in the next 2 years. I don't really care who that TBD turns out to be, because he should really only be here for 1 year.
I'm not saying they're going to be a Super Bowl team. But a new GM can come in here now and start remolding the team, and with only a couple of stopgaps, will still compete for a playoff spot next year. NFL teams can be turned around rather quickly, as the gap between bottom and top is not what it used to be. Every team has flaws, even the elite ones. Jets fans have to get past this mentality that we're going to excel at every position on the field. Fix the right ones, allow yourself to slip or maintain status quo where strength isn't as critical, and they're fine.