While Cam Newton only has one NFL game under his belt, it's already apparent that he loves involving his Tight Ends and running backs in the passing game early and often. In their Week 1 matchup against the Cardinals, Newton completed seven passes to TEs and another four to RBs for a combined 150-plus yards.
For the Packer defense to keep the Panther offense in check, they'll need to take away Newton's safety blankets (usually the TEs and RBs in underneath routes), thereby forcing the young QB to either throw at excellent cover CBs Tramon Williams, Charles Woodson and Sam Shields or try to force balls into double coverage.
If the Packers are able to successfully take away Shockey and Olsen, Newton and the Panthers will struggle to generate consistent offensive pressure. If the Panthers TEs are left open underneath, it will open up throws down the field and allow the Panthers' game-breakers to make plays in space.
For Green Bay to win this game, they need to make Cam Newton uncomfortable. The best way to do that is to take away his safety blankets and force him to make high-risk, low-percentage throws into the tenacious Packer secondary.