It's a combination of coaching and having the talent to execute it.
Kyle Crabbs (DolphinsWire/USA Today) wrote:
How in the heck do the Dolphins keep doing this? They’ve now logged at least one turnover in 23 consecutive games. It isn’t by mistake — as veteran linebacker Elandon Roberts discussed after the game.https://dolphinswire.usatoday.com/2021/ ... -accident/
“I don’t feel like (the turnovers) is magic. Magic is kind of up in the air. We just practice it day in and day out. We talk about it day in and day out. Man, we can be just joking in the locker room and guys like, ‘I’m going to punch one out today.’ It’s just embedded in our defense and even our team. It’s just a true testament of taking it from the practice field, the lunch room and the meeting room because guys can walk around with a football and a defensive guy will just punch it out just trying to be funny. We can’t help ourselves because when we see ball, we want to punch it out,” said Roberts.