Olsen, an 11th-year pro, went out in the second quarter.
Quarterback Cam Newton has been better passing than early last week, and has a few nice runs.
Kelvin Benjamin: After being targeted only twice in the season opener at San Francisco, Benjamin caught six passes on eight targets for 77 yards. The Bills allowed only 38 rushing yards in the opener against the New York Jets, but the Panthers racked up 50 in the first quarter Sunday.
Panthers tight end Greg Olsen limped off the field in the first half of Sunday's game against the Bills with what the Panthers called a foot injury. Shortly after the start of the second half, it was revealed he would not return to the game. Running backs LeSean McCoy and Mike Tolbert combined for just 14 yards on 15 carries.
Taylor was 17 of 25 for 125 yards through the air.
The Panthers almost repeated that scenario in Week Two of 2017, kicking a field goal from the Bills' 2-yard line with 2:35 left to take a six-point lead when converting on the fourth down would've put the game away. Other options could be Falcons tight end Austin Hooper (if he wasn't already picked up off the waiver wire after his strong Week 1 showing) or Seth DeValve in Cleveland, who had 61 receiving yards on Sunday after 42 yards in Week 1.
GETTING HIS KICKS: Gano was locked in a kicking battle in the preseason, but is 6 for 6 on field goal attempts so far this season.