C.J. Doon, reporter: Tannehill. In a quarterback efficiency table created by The Athletic’s Ben Baldwin that charted expected points added per play and completion percentage above expectation in the regular season, Tannehill ranked as one the league’s best. Only Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes, two of his fellow divisional-round QBs, created more expected points per play. Henry, the league’s leading rusher, is a huge weapon. But in the modern NFL, a good running back, even at his best, can only do so much. A good quarterback can lead a team to the Super Bowl.