Anquan Boldin has been a dominant force in San Fran. Would the Ravens have made the postseason with him still on the roster?

Anquan Boldin - San Francisco 49ers

Clutch postseason performances are nothing new for Anquan Boldin. We remember here in Baltimore. The 49ers wide receiver recorded 136 yards on eight catches in San Francisco’s 23-10 victory over the Carolina Panthers.

“I think he’s worth a first-round pick,” right guard Alex Boone told reporters after the game according to Eric Branch of “And I think the Ravens are really kicking themselves right now.”

Sunday was Boldin’s fourth 100-yard postseason game in his last seven.

In Baltimore, Q averaged 58.8 yards per game and totaled 14 touchdowns over 45 games in three seasons. He was a dominant force in the postseason, totaling five touchdowns in six playoff games with the Ravens.

Would the Ravens have made the postseason if Boldin was on the roster this season? It’s tough to say. Boldin did record 1,179 receiving yards with the 49ers this season, his highest total since 2006, and found the end zone seven times, most TDs since 2010.

But I’m not convinced that the Ravens offensive line was good enough to allow Boldin to record those of numbers if he remained in Baltimore.