NFL fans say Anquan Boldin is perfect for Denver Broncos

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Denver Broncos have been left with several different issues to solve post their heavy Super Bowl XLVIII defeat, with sorting out their wide-receiving corps the main priority. 

Eric Decker is set to become a free agent as the Broncos look to see whether they can strike a deal with the proficient wide-out. 

The Bronco will likely receive offers from several NFL teams, and Denver will try and match them and see if it's feasible to keep Decker on board. 

However, there are plenty of other wide-out options for the AFC West team, with Anquan Boldin a contender. 

In a recent poll that's gone viral, NFL fans were asked whether Boldin was the perfect fit or not for the Super Bowl runners-up. 

Its conclusion was an overwhelming yes in the favor of Boldin becoming a Denver player if the opportunity arises. 

The Baltimore receiver was a huge part of the Ravens run to the Super Bowl in 2013, and he was massive as a clutch catcher in the Super Bowl XLVII game against the 49ers, making an array of crucial catches on 3rd down. 

Denver are likely to want this clutch play ahead of next season, as they look to right the wrongs of their 43-8 failure last Sunday against Seattle. 

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