After wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin went down with a torn ACL before the season started, analysts and fans wondered how the Panthers offense would do without its top receiver. In his place, WRs Ted Ginn Jr. and Corey "Philly" Brown have done well, but it's been TE Greg Olsen who's really seen an uptick in his role. He's dangerous anywhere on the field, but particularly in the red zone and has totaled 1,104 receiving yards on 77 catches with seven touchdowns.
A week after defending New England's Rob Gronkowski, the Broncos' safeties will have their hands full again with Olsen. Stewart's size and Ward's speed should give him different challenges to deal with, and with some linebackers to add some physicality, the Broncos could give him a tough game.