- Jeff Dickerson, Chicago Bears beat reporter
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ARLINGTON, Texas -- In the span of one week, Bears receiver Devin Aromashodu went from primary target to barely playing.
After being thrown to 10 times by Jay Cutler in Week 1’s win over Detroit, Aromashodu hardly saw the field in Sunday’s 27-20 win over Dallas, finishing the game with zero receptions.
"I really don't have an explanation," Aromashodu said Sunday. "I don't know why. Maybe we had a different game plan for the matchups we had. I'm happy with the outcome of the game, so that's all that matters."
Despite catching five passes last weekend, Aromashodu did have a few drops, including one in the end zone. That could explain why the Bears decided to play Earl Bennett instead of Aromashodu in certain situations in the victory over the Cowboys.
"I guess [that it was the drops], that's the only thing I can say,” Aromashodu said. “I mean, I haven't been told anything."
Devin Aromashodu's role on offense was practically nonexistent Sunday.