The half, who has been one of the best all season long for the club, injured his hand a month ago and is yet to return. He was originally due to make his comeback last week, but was unable to.
He was then named in the reserves for yesterday's clash, before being overlooked for 18th man duties.
And after the game, Holbrook said that with Taylor and Sexton combining so well, he was unlikely to swing any changes.
"Jamal's been great for us last year and this year but I'm really happy with Toby and Ash," Holbrook said.
"I think they're combining really well.
"I like the stability there so I'll likely to keep them it as is and Jamal will just have to wait for his opportunity."
The win means the Titans have won three straight without Fogarty, but in games against the Dragons, Canterbury Bulldogs and North Queensland Cowboys, it may not be a true reflector.
Their push for the finals (and the battle to ignore Fogarty in the 17) is about to get a whole lot tougher, with the Titans set to take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs and Melbourne Storm in the next fortnight.