I think that is wishful thinking. You can't cut Sanchez and be competitive base on the remifications of the salary cap. There is no way that Woody will want the Jets to be bad and no make him gobs of money. They could probably try and sneak into the playoffs next year. I just don't see them signing a free agent. Draft a mid round QB to develop (if they have the right coaching) sure, but not sign someone.
News flash (as though you didn't know this already): they aren't winning a superbowl in 2013. Too many holes (either from under-performers or 2013 team FAs) with too little cap space to fill those holes. We're rebuiling next year. Or we should be, anyway.
It's why Tannenbaum has to go. To try and save himself he'll screw our relatively clean slates for 2014 and beyond to hopefully squeak out another 7 to 8 win season instead of a 3 to 6 win season. All to be more "competitive" in 2-3 more ultimately inconsequential games? No thanks.