Ray Buchannon, if you haven't heard, has been suspended by the NFL for violating it's substance abuse policy. He is arguably one of the best corners in the leauge and the one shining star on the Atlanta Falcons defense. Now with his absence, Chicago Bears wideout Marty Booker (the guy Buchannon was scheduled to line up across from sunday) should theoretically get more yards recieving. I also have Terry Glenn, who plays against the Saints who defensively are in a rebuilding stage. Say what you want about Glenn, but his committment to Green Bay and thier football organization has been remarkable. And if Ahman Green cant get things going against a stubborn Saints run defense, Green Bay will get real pass-happy in no time. Brett Favre could make Glenn and the rest of the packers wideouts all look like pro-bowlers. So here's the dilemma. Booker had a carrer night last week and looks to do it again this week against a severly hindered Falcons secondary and Glenn had a descent game last week but could have HUGE this week if the Saints front 7 makes running as hard for Ahman Green as they did for Michael Pittman. Whaddya think guys? Booker or Glenn?