No matter how you slice or dice it, it is on the defence primarily
Control Cornish, forcing Glenn to go to the air
We know from KG's time here, that he has a number of challenges that he exhibited which should be taken advantage of:
a) His lack of height makes it difficult to throw over the centre so the inside lanes have to jammed and those arms in the air
b) He does not have great arm strength, especially for balls over 20 yards long and in the long wide side flats, so the shorter passing game has to be eliminated, forceing him to throw long where hopefully his ball and any defensive reaction will result in turnovers
c) Poor weather (heard there may be snow) or strong winds, have always negatively impacted on Glenn
d) He throws a lot of timing stuff often into well covered areas, so a disguised defence is a must.
e) Though he would not run when here, he has been running lately so that has to be watched for.
f) Missing McDaniel and Forzani may make Lewis the go to guy moreso than usual, hopefully Creehan has that option well prepared for.
g) Sacks would be nice but high pressure throws and few good smacks on Glenn has usually been enough to get him off of his game (some 15 yard penalties pay dividends in the long run)
h) If there are wind problems, imperative if possible to have the win in the 4th quarter.
I am confident our offence can put enough points on the board (Cats have put 25 or more points on the board in 11 of the 15 games this year) to bring the win home, but the key, as it has been all year, is the defence.