No, for SPP to be awarded the pass has to be accurate. It's only a turnover if the ball doesn't end up in one of your players' hands. That means there are 3 possible end-states to a pass: accurate and you have it (SPP and no turnover), inaccurate/incomplete and you have it (no SPP and no turnover), fumbled/inaccurate and you don't have it (no SPP, turnover).
alright good to know that ends that argument..
@dode let me know when you decide to let a completion count for when a gnobler or any player that can be thrown with the ball count as a completion if he lands... i would like to see that, its hard enough just to throw the buggers :>0