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The New England Patriots still have issues allowing yards through the air, but the secondary has improved dramatically of late in the area of creating turnovers.
In the past four games, this unit has allowed six touchdowns, but has also tallied six interceptions.
Alfonso Dennard has come on strong of late, and the addition of Aqib Talib was immediately felt in Week 11, as he and Dennard both took Andrew Luck passes back for touchdowns.
This improvement in the secondary has been further helped by a defensive line that is getting pressure on opposing quarterbacks to the tune of 10 sacks and 17 quarterback hits in the past four games.
Mark Sanchez is in for another long afternoon, as the Patriots are bound to cause him to turn the ball over more than once.