After averaging 95 yards per game with two touchdowns over a three-game stretch, Boldin had just 43 yards to his credit last week. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick continues to view him as the No. 1 option out there, but has to spread the ball around to keep Michael Crabtree and Vernon Davis happy.
Boldin still leads the team in targets and receptions and actually leads the NFL in overall target percentage. He is due for another big game this week as he faces an Atlanta defense that ranks 29th in the league against No. 1 receivers, averaging 84.8 yards per game.
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