The Patriots had one take-away in Sunday's 39-26 win over the Steelers, which came in the fourth quarter when safety James Sanders returned an interception 32 yards for a touchdown.
On the flip side, the Patriots did not turn the ball over, as they improve to 6-0 on the season when they have a plus-turnover differential.
Since 2001, the Patriots have a regular-season record of 76-3 when they have a plus-turnover differential.
This season, the Patriots are tied for fifth in the NFL in turnover differential.
1t. Atlanta -- Plus-9 (19 take-aways, 10 give-aways)
1t. Philadelphia -- Plus-9 (18 take-aways, 9 give-aways)
3t. Pittsburgh -- Plus-8 (21 take-aways, 13 give-aways)
3t. Washington -- Plus-8 (19 take-aways, 11 give-aways)
5t. Indianapolis -- Plus-6 (16 take-aways, 10 give-aways)
5t. New England -- Plus-6 (15 take-aways, 9 give-aways)
5t. N.Y. Jets -- Plus-6 (16 take-aways, 10 give-aways)
5t. Green Bay -- Plus-6 (19 take-aways, 13 give-aways)