Fantasy spin: The 49ers traded for Boldin over the offseason, and he became the No. 1 wide receiver by default after Michael Crabtree went down with an injury. The move has paid off so far. It's tough to bash Boldin for getting shutdown by Sherman like so many others have before him.
Boldin isn't quite the player he once was, but he still gets separation consistently and has earned the trust of Colin Kaepernick. Without a ton of weapons in San Francisco's passing game, Boldin should see plenty of targets and remain a solid fantasy option.