The Philadelphia Eagles were plagued by turnovers in 2011, with quarterback Michael Vick committing 17 of them.
ESPN's KC Joyner predicts that Vick's luck will change next season, and that a regression to the turnover mean could be one of the factors for Philadelphia winning the 2012 NFC East title:
The aforementioned article touting the Giants as 2011 NFC East favorites detailed how Vick was due for a drop-off, in part because he was one of the most fortunate passers in the league in 2010.
This fall, the tables are completely turned. Vick still had a penchant for risk-taking last season (3.4 percent bad decision rate (BDR), ranked 26th), but he also had a lot of unlucky breaks, as 48.3 percent of the possible interception chances he had were turned into picks by the opposing team. If Vick gets back to a standard level of fortune (which is roughly 40 percent of potential picks turning into interceptions) and improves his BDR by a slight amount, he could remove at least three to five turnovers from his 2011 statistical résumé.