I think they should just change the nomenclature to "dropped interceptions" and be done with it. "Turnover worthy" takes you to the realm of "you know, possibly, maybe, if that guy wasn't there the defender could have made a play to pick that dangerous throw off".I think the QB grades are generally pretty good, but I think TWT is the worst element, and one where they have a lot of inconsistency internally. I also think they give the benefit of the doubt some places and not others, it's human nature probably, that a QB you know is good gets BotD on borderline, but it's a flaw. I think PFF needs a better more consistent standard on TWT if they want to use it, as is it feels like a free for all. I just grabbed that video because it came up in someone's feed, but it's a thing I've been annoyed at for a while, they have no real standard that I can tell, and seem to routinely call actual turnovers, and dropped picks not-turnover worthy for dubious reasons.
Edit- and on Mac, that he only got credited with 2 TWT against HOU is insane, he had several more pretty clear ones. My issue is... they seem to not want to give TWT to QBs, but if we want to use it as a measurement of what it says it is they need to actually do that.
If, for instance, a linebacker has to fully reach up into the air to get a single hand on a pass that falls incomplete, I wouldn't call that a dropped pick, but might call it turnover worthy.