So, for all we talk about everything, I wonder why turnovers don't get much play. In terms of predictors, it's pretty high on the list. The Patriots have lost the turnover battle 3 times this year -- they lost twice and won once (overtime). I think maybe there's a perception there's a chicken-and-egg issue with turnovers. That is, you turnover more when you're losing and turnover your opponents more when winning. Probably true. Still, the stats don't lie and they are pretty remarkable this year. In 9 wins, the Patriots have 3 turnovers. Three. Total. They have now gone 182:38 without a turnover -- the last one was in garbage time versus Cleveland. In their two losses, the Patriots have 6 turnovers. In other words, they have twice as many turnovers in the TWO losing games and they have in the NINE winning games. They have played seven games with zero turnovers and won them all. In wins, the turnover margin is +16. In losses is -5.