The Dolphins rank 31st in the NFL in turnovers forced with three in five games (only the Steelers have fewer, two). Sparano said the team works on it in practice, but doesn’t stress it because "it’s like the pitcher pitching a no-hitter, nobody kind of wants to talk about it too much," Sparano said. "The more you talk about it, I think the worse it is to be honest with you. We coach it out there. We coach ball disruption. We coach strip circuits, turnover circuits, turnover stations, we finish every ball that’s on the ground in practice with some type of scoop and score from a defensive standpoint. But, obviously, game speed and practice speed is a little bit different."