Patriots made the most of their opportunities on defense in 2012, forcing 41 total turnovers -- that was good for second most in the NFL. They also had a nose for the end zone with seven total touchdowns. Despite giving up a ghastly 373.2 yards per game, all of those turnovers kept the Pats in the top 10 for points allowed, which is a more telling fantasy statistic. The arrow is pointing up for the P-Men too, as they have a favorable schedule against turnover-prone offenses this season. In addition to facing the carousel of
Jets quarterbacks twice, they also have the NFC South on the schedule -- their starting quarterbacks threw a combined 10 interceptions for touchdowns last season. All told, owners should expect the P-Men to put up similar numbers and remain a starting fantasy defense.