The Facts: According to ESPN.com's Michael Rothstein, it might be time for Abdullah to move on from Detroit -- especially since general manager Bob Quinn said he'll be bringing in at least one new running back for 2018, which could mean a shifting role for Abdullah.
Diehards Line: Abdullah has a good amount of talent, and the change in coaching staff with the Lions could be good for him when it comes to Detroit actually having a run game. But the same offensive coordinator (Jim Bob Cooter) and running backs coach (David Walker) are with the Lions. As Rothstein summed up, "Abdullah has the talent to be a good NFL running back. It just might not work in Detroit.: