Yes and the teams who can actually do that have quarterbacks named Brady, Rodgers or Manning. Or maybe a defense like the Bears. And even then, it happens rarely.
Teams don't win regularly in the NFL when they lose the turnover battle. Never have. Never will. They get lucky sometimes and come back, but most of the times, they end up just like the Panthers. Losers.
Btw, not throwing an interception, doesn't mean you played perfect or mistake free. It just means you are doing what you are supposed to do. There's a big difference between quarterbacks who pass 40-50 times a game and throw an interception and quarterbacks who manage to throw 2 while throwing less than 30 times a game.
The guy with 50 passing attempts can get away with it and still win.
Changing the stat.....now you are referencing losing the turnover battle. Your stat was the Cam throwing a pick stat. QBs win all the time throwing a pick.
Lets use Andy Dalton as the example, he isn't Peyton Manning nor does he throw 50 times a game nor does he have a comically high scoring D.
7 wins in his short career throwing at least 1 INT. One shy of Newton's 8 total wins.
Difference is, Bengals play 3 phases.....not 1. QB can make mistakes.