We have so many unanswered questions at RB. It all is probably going to boil down to what the Falcons do with Dunn. I believe the Falcons will try hard to retain Dunn, but at his current salary there is no way that his contract is not addressed. Dunn's contract is through the 2007 season, and an easier said than done thing would probably be to simply redo it, extending it to 2010 or so so that he can finish his career in Atlanta. I suspect we can get 2-3 more years out of him as our leading rusher, which isn't bad considering his age.
I just don't see Duckett being a long-time solution. I think if the Falcons get a decent offer for him (3rd or 4th rounder), then they should trade him. I'm not too sure how many teams out there would part ways with a draft pick to get him now, but I'd definitely shop him.
Then that will determine what we do in the draft. I think it'll be easier for this team to find a situational power-runner. With Dunn retained, we won't have to use a pick in the first day on a RB.
I do agree that I think Bush is a bit overhyped, but I think he'll be a good NFL player. Westbrook is very good player and is 2nd only to Dunn in terms of "scatback" type runners. He's underused in Philly and injury prone (if he was here in Atlanta, he would definitely be just as successful as Dunn). Bush doesn't quite look like he's a feature runner, but the truth of the matter is that Dunn didn't really start to look like one until a few years into his career.
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