There's a reason that winning the turnover battle is a top priority for just about every coach in the NFL — few things are as crucial to winning an NFL game as securing the ball on offense and taking it away from the opponent when you're on defense.
Nobody has done that as well as Dallas so far.
The Cowboys have yet to turn it over through the first two weeks of the season — which is something only four other teams in the NFL can still say.
But you know what none of those other four teams have done? None of them are focring opponents to turn the ball over at anywhere near as high a rate as Dallas is.
The Cowboys have forced turnovers on a silly 30.4% of opponents' drives, while only allowing points on 8.4% of the drives against them.
You know how many other defenses have a higher rate of turnovers than of scoring drives against?
No team has performed better than the Cowboys on either side of the ball when it comes to turnovers, and that's probably what Mike McCarthy is most pleased about with his team's showing so far.