Devin Aromashodu was listed as the target on six passing plays in this game and four plays in the game against San Francisco, but still has zero catches during this preseason.
Despite improvements in route running, Aromashodu hasn't been able to distinguish himself in offseason play, which could end his time with the Vikings.
While a number of his listed targets are more accurately throwaways, Aromashodu has had enough legitimate opportunities to prove he deserves a spot on the roster, but hasn't done so yet.
It's true that the Auburn product had a number of difficult assignments, including two or three difficult sideline throws, but he hasn't displayed an ability to get open across the field enough to generate trust from his quarterbacks.
On many of his throws, ball placement has little to do with his poor catching skills, and Webb has done well to make sure Aromashodu is the only player with access to the ball.
Many of his adjustments to the ball flash skill, but if he cannot control his body before and after the catch at this point in his career, he doesn't have much else to offer.
It is unlikely after those two performances that a good performance against the Chargers or Texans will secure a spot on the roster for him.
Many of his targets were difficult catches, but the Vikings have no use for a deep threat with inconsistent route running if he cannot catch the hard passes.