Where do we go from here?
The Dolphins are stuck in a predicament adequately described as awkward. Head coach Tony Sparano, who marched the team on a miraculous and record-setting 1-15 to 11-5 turnaround just two years ago, finds himself on the hot seat after two lackluster seasons.
Meanwhile, quarterback Chad Henne, pinned as the savior after a promising 2009 campaign, has already been cast as a bust by much of Miami's faithful.
The Henne and Sparano conundrums are only two in a long line of issues the Dolphins face heading into an offseason that could be filled with change from the top of the organization to the bottom.