MD: Turnovers, turnovers and more turnovers. Even in victories, the Lions haven't been able to get out of their own way offensively, and have seen sloppy play from quarterback Matthew Stafford creep back in. For the first half of 2013, Stafford managed the offense carefully, but ever since his legendary comeback against the Dallas Cowboys -- which, ironically enough, was necessitated by turnovers -- Stafford and the offense have been putting the ball on the turf or in the hands of the opposition far too much, just like they did in 2012. As recently as a month ago, Detroit was around plus-10 in turnover differential, near the top of the NFC. Now they sit at negative-10, near rock bottom. It's been a stunning reversal. Other than a flimsy secondary, ball security has proven the biggest issue.