Being a Dolphin fan sure has its share of ups and downs. From a long-term QB carousel...to a 1-15 season, from trying to hire a coach while there still is one employed to Bully-gate, we've seen our share of dysfunction. Yesterday we saw our team show true mental toughness, character, and passion in responding to a humiliating defeat in Baltimore. We saw just how much our often criticized QB means to the players...to the organization...and to the fans. And we saw how much the team means to him as well. I've taken a lot of garbage from people I know for being a Dolphins fan. For 17 years, there's been this stench of losing and the cluelessness that often goes with it attached to them. I don't know if Tannehill will return this season, even after the good news about his injury today. I don't know if we'll make the playoffs...but even if we do, we probably don't have the talent on the roster to make too much noise. To me, yesterday marked something even better...a real turning point for the franchise. The team showed their devotion to one another and that they truly care...that they're a true team. I'd like to think that I'm always proud to be a Dolphins fan, but if I'm honest with myself, some days are harder than others. After yesterday, I'm more proud than I can remember being in a long time. It really feels like this team has turned a corner. Gase has really changed the culture of the franchise and I'm more hopeful for our future than I've been in years. Even if we don't make the playoffs this season, that change was the most important thing that needed to happen, in my opinion.