Who Is to Blame for Detroit Lions Offensive Struggles?

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Who Is to Blame for Detroit Lions Offensive Struggles?
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Matthew Stafford can't find his receivers, Calvin Johnson can't find the end zone, and the Lions still can't run the ball, but who's to blame for the Detroit Lions inability to produce consistent offense in 2012?

Last season, this same Lions team was featured as the No. 5-ranked offense in the NFL in terms of yards gained and the No. 4-ranked scoring offense in the league. Stafford threw for more than 5,000 yards with 41 touchdowns and just 16 interceptions, and the Lions were downright unstoppable at times. 

This season...not so much.

Stafford is still on pace for 4,778 yards, but at his current rate, he will only throw 13 touchdowns. 

So, what's going on? Who is to blame?

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