A quick start, aided by a pair of interceptions, got the Titans rolling on their way to a 24-3 halftime lead, and the team sailed to a 37-3 victory.
Despite some struggles in the passing game, the Titans' offense was able to build around a strong rushing attack to put points on the board in Jake Locker's return to the starting lineup.
Overall, the Titans used their most complete effort of the season to walk away with the win and improve to 4-6 heading into their Week 11 bye.
For the sixth time in his last seven games, Chis Johnson rushed for over 90 yards as the Titans' running game has begun to reestablish itself as one of the stronger ground games in the NFL.
Johnson, once again, showed patience and a willingness to take what the defense gave him while taking advantage of a few big-play opportunities on his way to a 23-carry, 126-yard performance.
Perhaps the most impressive play of the game came late in the first quarter, as Johnson took a carry to the left side, allowed the defense to over-pursue and proceeded to cut all the way across the field and into the end zone for a 17-yard touchdown run.
After a horrendous start to the season, Johnson has now rushed for 862 yards on the year and has begun to earn some of the giant contract he received last offseason.
When all three of a team's young, starting linebackers come away with an interception, it's difficult to single out any one of them for his performance.
Beyond their success in forcing turnovers, the entire linebacker group was flying around the field, making plays behind the line of scrimmage as the Titans produced far and away their most impressive defensive effort of the season.
With a bye week to ensure the health of McCarthy, the unit should only get better as the year moves on.
Despite completing just 9-of-21 pass attempts, Locker's presence provided just the spark the Titans offense had been lacking in recent weeks.
Locker displayed his athleticism a number of times throughout the game, rushing for 36 yards on four attempts while also extending plays and giving his receivers opportunities to create separation.
Though his accuracy will need to improve coming out of the bye week, the fact that Locker was willing to take hits and continue to look downfield should mean good things moving forward for the young quarterback.
Following a humiliating defeat last week that led to public criticism of the team and coaching staff by Titans owner Bud Adams, the Titans came out with a quality game plan and executed it to perfection in the victory.
The Titans' defense swarmed to the football and forced turnovers while the offense turned back the clock to the old Jeff Fisher-type power running that allowed the Titans to thrive in the early 2000s.
With a week to prepare for Jacksonville, it will be important for the coaches to keep the players grounded and ready for another must-win game against the Jaguars.
After placing starting right guard Leroy Harris on the injured reserve list earlier this week, there were a number of questions about how newly acquired Deuce Lutui would mix with the Titans starting offensive line.
For at least today, the combination seems to be a great one.
The Dolphins continually sent extra men at Jake Locker, and the line was able to hold up in pass-blocking while also consistently opening up holes for Chris Johnson in the run game.
With center Fernando Velasco improving with every passing week, the Titans' offensive line appears to be rounding into form as they enter the final six games of their season.