Winner: Derrick Henry
This man simply cannot be stopped.
With another big performance, Henry has the most rushing yards of any running back in their first four postseason games, his 195 rushing yards sets a franchise record for the most in a playoff game, and he is the first player in NFL postseason history to rush for 180 yards or more in consecutive games.
Pay. The. Man.
Winner: Ryan Tannehill
Ryan Tannehill has failed to post over 100 passing yards in either of his two postseason starts, but it doesn’t matter because the Titans keep on winning.
What Tannehill did do was drop a beautiful dime into the waiting hands of Kalif Raymond for a 45-yard score, and he also found the end zone on a one-yard scamper via a read option play in the third quarter. Again, the numbers weren’t there, but he made the big plays to help his team win.