Anquan Boldin leads team in receiving on primetime: Fantasy Implications

Patrick Smith

Baltimore Ravens wide out Anquan Boldin led his team in receiving in Week 11. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Baltimore Ravens wide out Anquan Boldin had a solid day for his team in Week 11. On Sunday Night Football versus the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Ravens veteran receiver finished with 8 receptions for 79 yards.

In a tough defensive battle, Boldin was held out of the end zone on Sunday. It took a total team effort for the Ravens to escape with a win last night.

Fantasy Analysis: Anquan Boldin is not the flashy fantasy receiver like his counterpart, Torrey Smith. However, Boldin serves a unique purpose in this offense. He is a chain-mover and clutch performer. In PPR leagues, this has particularly paid dividends.

Boldin is a threat to lead the team in receptions, and is always dangerous after the catch. Continue to start Boldin in all fantasy leagues.

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