FISH OR CUT BAIT?
You'd think Glenn would be untouchable, given his stats (36 catches, 456 yards, four TDs), but numbers can be deceiving. The veteran has an injury to his right knee, which could sideline (or at least bother) him the rest of the way. Since Tony Romo took over at QB for Glenn's old Patriots pal Drew Bledsoe, Glenn's yards per game are down to 39.0 from 67.4. And Glenn's backup, Patrick Crayton, had a big game (five catches, 104 yards, one touchdown) against Arizona last week, which will make it easy not to rush Glenn back into the lineup.