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WR Anquan Boldin - San Francisco 49ers

6-1, 216Born: 10-3-1980College: Florida StateDrafted: Round 2

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Summary

Since arriving in San Francisco in 2013, Boldin has absolutely dominated the team's crowded stable of pass catchers. He's commanded 29% of Colin Kaepernick's targets and spun them into an average of 84 receptions over two seasons as a 49er. Even with Torrey Smith on board, PPR leaguers can still extract a lot of value from Boldin's reception totals. But Boldin loses a lot of value in the resultant numbers. His yards per reception mark has fallen for three straight seasons, so it's hard to set his projected upside within the top 25 or so in yardage. And while Boldin typically sees a strong share in the red zone, this doesn't have the look of an offense likely to find itself there often. With few scoring opportunities and little downfield ability left, Boldin's touchdown potential appears to be capped pretty firmly. Thus, Boldin looks likely to spend 2015 entirely dependent upon hefty reception volume to maintain his PPR value. (May 15)

FBG Staff Rankings

WR Redraft - 38, 22, 28, 29, 30, 30, 33, 33, 34, 35, 36, 40, 40, 42, 43, 46, 48, 51, 55, 56
Overall Redraft - 96, 54
WR Redraft PPR - 39, 18, 26, 29, 29, 30, 30, 32, 32, 33, 34, 36, 40, 40, 43, 43, 47, 48, 51, 54, 55
Overall Redraft PPR - 82, 41, 58, 60
WR Dynasty - 77, 59, 63, 86, 87

Stats and Projections

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2012 BAL 15 1 3 0 129 65 921 4
2013 SF 16 2 11 0 129 85 1179 7
2014 SF 16 1 4 0 131 83 1062 5
2015 PROJ-Dodds 15 1 * * 73 * * *
2015 PROJ-Henry 16 1 * * 85 * * *
2015 PROJ-Wood 16 0 * * 72 * * *
2015 PROJ-Tremblay 16 1 * * 68 * * *

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Average Draft Position

Overall: 116
WR: 47
Overall-PPR: 106
WR-PPR: 44

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Latest News

49ers | Offense going to be faster (Sat Jun 27, 04:46 PM) - Joe Fann, from 49ers.com, notes the 49ers offense is going to use a faster tempo in 2015. “It’s definitely a fast tempo. We’re trying to get a lot faster than last year as far as getting to the line. … As far as the system, it’s very similar to what we’ve run in past years. Some of the terminology is a bit different but there’s still familiarity with past years.” - wide receiver Anquan Boldin on the 49ers new-look, uptempo offense.

Our View: The 49ers played 1009 snaps last year, a mark that ranked 20th in the NFL in 2014. The league average last year was 1,024, and the league high was 1,127 snaps by (not surprisingly) the Philadelphia Eagles. We have serious questions about the 49ers this year...on both sides of the ball. We'll see if QB Colin Kaepernick can perform better as a passer in 2015. His play will feed the energy for the rest of the offense.
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2015 Schedule

1vs Minnesota Vikings
2@ Pittsburgh Steelers
3@ Arizona Cardinals
4vs Green Bay Packers
5@ New York Giants
6vs Baltimore Ravens
7vs Seattle Seahawks
8@ St. Louis Rams
9vs Atlanta Falcons
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11@ Seattle Seahawks
12vs Arizona Cardinals
13@ Chicago Bears
14@ Cleveland Browns
15vs Cincinnati Bengals
16@ Detroit Lions
17vs St. Louis Rams