You could do them all on the bandsaw. There are lots of woodworkers who would head to it first. You have a jointer to clean the cuts up either way. You could use a different style taper jig to do it on the TS since a 10" saw usually cuts 3 1/8 inches. I am assuming that with the jig you are using the leg sits on top of the jig. You can make one where the leg sits on the TS table and the jig just holds one end 1" farther away from the fence. It would need a projection at the back end (a hook or a stop) to keep the leg from slipping and also to help push the leg through the blade. Whatever you think would work best for you. There is no real right way or wrong way just a variety of different ways. Besides the ways it can be done with hand tools, I can think of a way to do it with a planer too but it would be a little slower than the bandsaw or table saw.
Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.