Jacksonville's record now stands at 2-10 after a poor display in a 34-18 loss to Buffalo on Sunday. The Jaguars ran the ball 18 times, accumulating only 50 yards. In addition, Chad Henne completed only 18 of 41 passes and was sacked four time.
Fred Jackson rushed for 107 yards and C.J. Spiller added 14 carries for 77 yards and touchdown in the win as Buffalo moved to 5-7 on the season.
Jacksonville only had the ball for 24 minutes and converted just one third down, while doing 0-for-3 on fourth down.
"We did take a step back," quarterback Henne said. "It was poor execution on our part."
Next week, the Jaguars host the New York Jets.
"We came up very short," linebacker Paul Posluszny said. "If we would've fought as hard as we could and played our best ball and lost, that's one thing. But that was not the case."