Jets vs. Jaguars 2012 reaction: Fans blame ineffective offense for Jacksonville's latest loss

Sam Greenwood

Fans are unhappy as the offense comes up short once again for the Jaguars as they drop to 2-11.

For another week, Jacksonville Jaguars fans sat and watched as the Jaguars offense was unable to put up any offensive production, this time against the New York Jets, in a loss. Unsurprisingly, the outcome and continued ineptitude of the Jaguars offensive attack was not a pleasurable sight for Jaguars fans.

Over at Big Cat Country, the bloggers were disappointed in quarterback Chad Henne, who was unable to break 200 yards passing, though some sloppy play from his receivers did him no favors against the Jets defense.

Throughout the game the Jaguars struggled to move the ball, as Chad Henne couldn't break 200 yards receiving, despite throwing the ball more than 40 times.

Henne certainly wasn't helped by a receiving corps that had plenty of drops (particularly, undrafted rookie Kevin Elliott)

Henne wasn't helped by his offensive line, either, but the bloggers placed the blame on Henne's shoulders, given the fact that he did attempt more than 40 passes on the day.

Without Rashad Jennings or Maurice Jones-Drew on the day, fans saw a bright spot in Montell Owens, but the bright spot was short lived with the Jaguars desperately trying to come from behind and all but abandoning the run game.

While Montell Owens played well in the place of Maurice Jones-Drew and Rashad Jennings, a rough third quarter for the Jaguars forced the team to throw the ball often and it was an unsuccessful venture.

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