While Boldin has struggled with double-team coverage nearly every game since Week 2, things should start to open up for him this week with the return of receiver Mario Manningham. The 49ers are hoping that Manningham will draw enough coverage to leave Boldin in some favorable one-on-one match-ups and help rekindle the fire he showed during his 208-yard performance in his season debut.
While coverage should lighten up for the 49ers No. 1 receiver this week, his match-up against the Panthers is not one where he is a recommended starter. Carolina’s pass defense is incredibly strong and they rank 10th in the league against opposing No. 1 receivers, allowing an average of 63.8 receiving yards per game.
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