I mostly agree with DocJ, with a few points of disagreement.
First, yes, it is possible to get an interview this late in the game due to the initial round of interviewees not working out, so the college goes into the pool again. However, I disagree with the idea that schools are posting new TT lines this late in the game, especially not as replacement hires for people leaving during that current year. 99% of the time when someone leaves, the post is vacant (or filled with a visitor) for a year before they post the position again. Most schools have a ridiculously long process to approve a line that is just too long to replace someone within that same year. Also, most places don't want to post new TT lines this late in the game when many candidates have already committed, and would rather have a shot at a fresh pool next year. I think it's highly unlikely you'll see a new TT job posting in your field at this point, but you might still be in the game at places that have interviewed others according to the wiki, but don't have further updates.
As for plan B, VAPs can be very good but I wouldn't say choose them over a postdoc for "anything but an R1 or elite SLAC." Lots of other schools still value publications over teaching. Moreover, it all really depends on where your current record is. If you have a lot of pubs and no teaching but want a job anywhere but an R1 (even an elite SLAC), then you should try for a VAP. Most people are in the opposite boat — some teaching, including maybe even one or more solo teaching experiences, and a thin publication record. A postdoc is a much better choice in that case, for the majority of positions.
Either way, adjuncting is definitely the last resort. It doesn't "pay the bills." If you want to adjunct it would be because you are location-limited and you need some teaching experience but there wasn't a VAP available for you. Ideally you'd just take on a couple of classes and mostly do your research on the side, either paid by someone (like a part-time postdoc) or funded by your spouse / savings / inheritance. (So yeah, this option is not a great choice.)