As a fan, I'm half-tempted to just be happy with a 12 point victory over a team that has been a good team in the AFC and was right in the thick of the AFC south race until losing to the Dolphins.
But believe it or not, it created more uncertainty.
Who's the starting quarterback this Thursday Night? Will Henne be ok? What if Henne isn't ok?
Is Thigpen really the answer for both the short and long term?
Is Pennington's injury that severe?
I was impressed by the Dolphins coaching staff though, yes, the same coaching staff I twice advocated should be fired and later mocked earlier this week, as they did something that I and the rest of Dolphins fans have been imploring them to do all season long: be ballsy.
The fake punt was stupid, but letting Henne throw deep wasn't, even if one of those passes wound up being a pick.
Had the Dolphins played this game the way they had played their previous efforts, they would've probably lost, but by taking chances, they not only won, but they gave a box score illusion of dominance.
As for the Titans, I think they'll be fine. Collins wound up getting hurt which thrust Young into action, and Young was fine up until the final drive despite the fact that his ankle was noticeably bothering him.
I'm done talking about the Titans, this is Dolfan Diaries after all.
But where do the Dolphins go from here?
Usually after a 12 point win against a legit AFC contender at home, you know.
But this time, I don't. I don't know who does.
I doubt even Sparano knows.
But at the very least, it looks like the Dolphins are going to make it more fun to find out. This was, to me, the best Dolphins game of the season.
Let's hope they have more like this, but hopefully only one quarterback will be needed.
This was a Dolfan Diaries entry. Thomas Galicia is a Miami Dolphins Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report who also writes about the Chicago Cubs, Miami Heat, Hurricanes Football and Professional Wrestling. For more of his sports musings in 140 characters or less, follow him on twitter, @thomasgalicia. What did you think of the game and what do you think the future holds for the Dolphins? Leave a comment!