2. Anquan Boldin, wide receiver. Boldin had a productive season, but he didn't exactly fill the role as the Ravens' go-to receiver. There were high expectations placed on Boldin after the Ravens traded their third- and fourth-round picks on March 5 to the Arizona Cardinals for Boldin and a fifth-rounder. The Ravens then signed Boldin to a four-year, $28 million contract, which included $10 million guaranteed. Boldin led the Ravens with 64 catches and seven receiving touchdowns, but the receptions were his fewest since 2004 (when he played 10 games). He failed to produce more than 50 yards receiving in eight of his last nine regular-season games. Boldin had a significant drop in the end zone at Pittsburgh in the playoffs, but he did lead the Ravens with 20 catches in the fourth quarter.