Typically not, if I understand your question correctly. There should be some baffles installed in the attic at each rafter bay. These keep the insulation from covering up the soffit vents and blocking the flow. So, there is usually a space between the exterior of the wall out to the distance of the overhang (where the soffit vents are located) where no insulation will exist. This doesn't matter in terms of heat loss as this area is not above the living space.
If you are saying that the blown insulation is no where near the baffles in the attic (or no baffles are installed), then that should be fixed in the attic.