I honestly don't know where he's going in the offseason, or if he's even going anywhere, but i really like this guy. Even with Duckett and Vick getting lots of rushing attention, Dunn managed a few big games. I consider him a great number two RB that you could pick up as late as 3rd round.
With a starting LB out for the season, Detroit still managed to have a great run D, holding the likes of Ahman Green, Tiki Barber, and the entire Falcons rushing game (who led the league in yards rushed per game) under 100 yards. Their defensive backs could use some work, but they still have a Pro-Bowl Corner (nevermind that he barely deserves it) . Two of the Lion's front four had excellent years, and with the Lion's 10th overall pick most likely going to a lineman, they'll probably turn out to be one of the NFC's better defenses. And in leagues where kick return stats are applied to defenses, the Lions have pro-bowl kick returner Drummond.
Unfortunetly, it's an absolute given that the Lions will figure out some way to self-destruct this season, so it'll be a good idea to have a backup in mind.
Bulger-Throwing to two of the better recievers in the NFL, pads his numbers with rushing...but will get picked up reasonably early
Green-Will probably be forgotten in the rush to pick up Manning, McNabb, etc.
Plummer-Quietly had a great year.
T. Jones-Looks to improve in a revitalized offense.
Chris Brown-If he stays healthy
Driver-Even if Favre isn't throwing to him, Driver will be able to produce.
Burleson-Especially if Moss won't be returning to the Vikes.