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Team Turnover Differential Statistics: 2013 NFL Season

Turnover differential is the difference between the number of times an NFL team has taken the ball away from the opponent through either an interception or fumble and the number of times the team has given up the ball to the opposition through a thrown interception or lost fumble.

A signal of a good team overall are those with positive turnover differential as they are more likely to win the turnover battle.

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