MISSISSIPPI= The Rebels' passing game has had two straight poor performances. Coach David Cutcliffe has been adamant about not laying all the blame on quarterback Romaro Miller. ``It's not any one area,'' Cutcliffe said. ``It's just the production that we're getting out of the passing game.'' Miller played his last two games with a sore hand and other nagging injuries he has received as a result of some shoddy pass protection. Also, Ole Miss's wide receivers have yet to establish themselves as big-play threats. Wideouts have caught just 18 passes in three games. Grant Heard has been steady with a team-high nine catches for 129 yards and two touchdowns, but he doesn't possess great speed. The other starter, 5-foot-7 senior L.J. Taylor, has five catches for 64 yards. Running back Deuce McAllister has looked like the Rebels' best deep threat so far, with 100 receiving yards.