After catching 65 passes for 921 yards and four touchdowns during the regular season, Boldin hauled in 22 catches for 380 yards and four touchdowns in the playoffs, as he averaged 17.3 yards per reception.
His catches and receiving yards were both Ravens single-season playoff records.
The yardage ranks Boldin seventh in NFL playoff history behind Larry Fitzgerald, Hakeem Nicks, Jerry Rice, Steve Smith, Charlie Brown and Anthony Carter.
And his catches tied him for sixth in NFL playoff history with Joseph Addai, Tony Nathan and Dan Ross.
"Tough, physical, unselfish, Anquan is a warrior," Ravens receivers coach Jim Hostler said. "He's a football player. He embodies what this team is all about."
Boldin doesn't really care about his statistics, though.
"Everything that you do, everything that you work for is to get to this moment, to get to this point," Boldin said. "Over my career, this has been what it's all about. The personal accolades doesn't mean much to me.
"The money doesn't mean that much. Winning the Super Bowl, this is why I play. This is why I play through injuries. This is what I get up early in the morning to work out. All for this moment right here."