Yes, I know it is early. Still, of the 556 passing yards by Cam Newton (on pace for nearly 4500 yards) only 69 - on 7 catches - have gone to a TE. Even worse, 6 of those catches (for 56 yards) came in the Tampa Bay game in which the Panthers only scored 10 points. In that game, the Buccaneers proved that if you can stop Carolina's running game - which more than a few teams with good run defenses are capable of doing - and limit the big plays downfield to the WRs, you can pretty much keep the Panthers out of the end zone. The WRs are pretty active in the passing game - LaFell has stepped up in a big way, though Louis Murphy has been disappointing (again though it is early) - and so are the RBs. But there needs to be another weapon in the passing game. Olsen and the TEs have to step it up, get downfield, and make plays in the red zone.