When the starter isn't playing well, everyone loves the backup QB. Will Tyler Thigpen be loved after tonight? We will find out after kickoff and the Fins take the field on offense.
Can Brandon Marshall hold his temper? He seems ready to explode. (Not that I blame him). How many passes will he throw tonight?
Will the Fins start Jake Long? He's a tough guy, but he's got an ailing shoulder.
Can Reshad Jones fill the shoes of Chris Clemmons? Can he repeat his performance from Sunday?
Will Cory Procter open any holes for the running game and protect the quarterback?
So many questions, so few answers. For now.
Patience fans. We will know a lot more as the clock strikes midnight.
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