Here was a thought that I had about a possible offense that minimizes some of our weaknesses. We are weak at WR and RB. So here is a lineup I would suggest: 5 OL, 2 TE/1WR (Keller/Cumberland/Holmes), then at RB we have Greene and Tebow.
Shotgun. Greene and Tebow flank Sanchez on each side. Sanchez hands to Tebow on a sweep action with Greene leading. Now you can have a college option play, a straight sweep with Tebow, or a pass (I think that since we don't have great blocking TE, we could to try to mimic the New England strategy of using both TE as difficult matchups in the passing game). You could even have Sanchez sneak out the back side and possibly become a receiver once every few weeks.
If teams stack the box you would need to be able to win a one-on-one with the WR or have the TE get open. I think Holmes can do that. Alternatively, put Hill out there and try to get the ball down the field.
It was just a thought I had, but it was different because it has Sanchez AND Tebow on the field, using both of their strengths SIMULTANEOUSLY, rather than alternatively. In any case, I'm sure the Jets do have something different planned than standard Wildcat fare. It'll be interesting to see just what that is.