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About Billy Stonick - RotoBaller

Billy Stonick has over 20 years of fantasy baseball experience starting at the ripe old age of 11. Outside of the stats world, Billy tours sports stadiums and national parks throughout the country and is an adventure junkie.

Billy Stonick - RotoBaller has written 3670 articles so far, you can find them below.


Chris Carson Cracks The Century Mark

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson throttled the Tampa defense on Sunday as he rushed for 105 yards on the ground, averaging 6.6 yards per carry. Carson was held scoreless, but his 133 scrimmage yards are nothing to sneeze at. He did cough up a fumble, but he continued to show that he is a... Read More

3 months ago

Russell Wilson Dominates With Five TDs

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson dropped bombs on the Bucs on Sunday as he led Seattle to the overtime victory. Wilson completed 67.4% of his passes for 378 yards and five touchdowns as he took down Tampa Bay in overtime. Wilson has now thrown 22 touchdowns and just one interception while running for three touchdowns... Read More

3 months ago

Chase McLaughlin Makes One Field Goal In Loss

Los Angeles Chargers backup kicker Chase McLaughlin did about as well as could be expected on Sunday as he was able to knock through one of the two field goal tries he was given. His other attempt glanced off the left upright, skittering across the end zone. McLaughlin shouldn't be expected to have much of... Read More

4 months ago

Rayshawn Jenkins Snags Second INT Of 2019

Los Angeles Chargers safety Rayshawn Jenkins was able to provide a moment of happiness for Chargers fans on Sunday when he made a beautiful diving stab to snatch an interception away on a deep pass. Jenkins' play helped act as a catalyst to allow LA to get back into the game when they were down... Read More

4 months ago

Keenan Allen Held In Check By Pittsburgh

For the third straight week, Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen was effectively neutralized. Allen caught just three passes for 33 yards as Pittsburgh basically removed him from the action. This now makes three straight games in which Allen has been held under 50 yards receiving, and LA has gone on to lose two... Read More

4 months ago


Mike Williams Catches Five Passes In Loss

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams was Philip Rivers' favorite target on Sunday night, but he was only able to haul in half the throws. Rivers struggled mightily from the pocket, but Williams worked well as an outlet while No. 1 wideout Keenan Allen seemed to be focused on by the defense. Williams finished... Read More

4 months ago

Hunter Henry Dominates In Return

Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry was everything people thought he would be and more. Henry was basically the only bright spot for the Chargers on Sunday night as he snagged eight of the nine passes sent in his direction and tallied 100 yards and two touchdowns. Henry showed off some incredible awareness on... Read More

4 months ago

Austin Ekeler Barely Plays Against Pittsburgh

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler was already expected to see a drop in usage due to the full return of Melvin Gordon, but he was further buried when the team was suddenly down 14 points before the end of the first quarter. While Ekeler has the ability to be a star, and he... Read More

4 months ago

Melvin Gordon Shut Down By Steelers

Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon was a bit of an afterthought in Sunday's game against the Steelers. He was likely a major part of the original gameplan, but before the offense could run their 11th play from scrimmage, they had already turned the ball over twice and were down 14 points. At that... Read More

4 months ago

Philip Rivers Turns It Over Three Times

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers played poorly on Sunday as the Chargers lost to the Steelers. Rivers was responsible for turnovers on back-to-back drives in the first quarter when he overthrew Melvin Gordon on a backwards pass that was recovered and returned for a touchdown and had a tipped pass intercepted four plays later.... Read More

4 months ago


Jason Myers Misses First Extra Point

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers had an exciting day on Sunday as he put the team in a bit of a tough spot. Myers sliced the extra point on the team's first score of the day, forcing Seattle to make some difficult choices as the ballgame wore on. The Seahawks would fail on a two-point... Read More

4 months ago

Tedric Thompson Does It Again

Seattle Seahawks safety Tedric Thompson must practice sprawling tip drills at home. A week after making an unbelievable bobbling interception to help put away the Rams, Thompson was on the receiving end again when he laid out in the his own end zone to snag a tipped pass just before it landed on the turf.... Read More

4 months ago

Jaron Brown Snags Two Touchdowns

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Jaron Brown got the chance to step up on Sunday, and he took full advantage. With Seattle losing tight end Will Dissly to an Achilles injury early in the game, Brown's number got called multiple times in the red zone. He gathered up three passes on the day, two of which... Read More

4 months ago

Tyler Lockett Hauls In Five Passes In Win

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett continues to be the pride of possession receivers. Lockett brought in all five passes sent his way in Week 6, tallying 75 yards. Lockett has now caught 24 of 27 passes thrown to him this year, and he deserves quite a bit of credit for Russell Wilson's ridiculous efficiency... Read More

4 months ago

D.K. Metcalf Catches Another Big Gainer

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf hauled in another pass longer than 25 yards when he brought in a 30-yarder on the team's first drive of the day. This time, instead of a bomb falling gently into his arms in space, Metcalf caught a short slant and fought his way through a couple of tacklers... Read More

4 months ago


C.J. Prosise Coughs It Up

Seattle Seahawks running back C.J. Prosise stepped in as the change-of-pace back for Chris Carson on Sunday when Rashaad Penny couldn't go, but he only got to touch the ball four times. Given such limited opportunities, he'd want them to count, but unfortunately, it bit him this week. Prosise was called on to power forward... Read More

4 months ago

Chris Carson Tops 100 Yards For Third Straight Game

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson carried the ball 24 times on Sunday, tallying 124 yards and a touchdown. It makes the third straight game where Carson has cleared the century mark, and the 5.2 YPC was his best mark of the season. Carson also caught four passes for another 35 yards, and his touchdown... Read More

4 months ago

Russell Wilson Efficiently Wins Again

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had another fantastic day on Sunday as he not only led Seattle to their third road win, but he also upped his total to 14 passing touchdowns while still remaining free of interceptions. Wilson completed 69.7% of his passes against the Browns, and he also ran in a touchdown. Wilson... Read More

4 months ago

Ziggy Ansah Coming Into His Own

Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Ziggy Ansah seems to be fitting in, and head coach Pete Carroll is excited about the future for Ansah and the rest of his defensive line. Carroll told reporters this week that he feels like his front guys are on the verge of breaking out because while they haven't been tallying... Read More

4 months ago

Will Dissly Could Have A Massive Week

Seattle Seahawks tight end Will Dissly was drafted to block, and it turned out he could catch. He's now been fully integrated into Seattle's offense, and this week could be huge for him. Dissly specializes in working the middle of the field, and Cleveland has really struggled to defend that area. Last time he faced... Read More

4 months ago


D.K. Metcalf Is The Ultimate Home Run Threat

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf is the epitome of the deep threat that can strike at any time. Metcalf caught a wide-open pass off a busted coverage last week to score his second touchdown of the season, and at 22.3 yards per reception, Metcalf easily leads the league in the category. The problem is... Read More

4 months ago

Tyler Lockett Leads League In Catch Rate

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett made his owners proud against the Rams when he made a phenomenal toe-tapping catch in the back corner of the end zone last week, but otherwise, he was pretty quiet once again. Lockett was only targeted four times against the Rams, but the TD gave him plenty of points... Read More

4 months ago

Chris Carson Should See Plenty Of Action

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson has no injury designation for Sunday's game against the Browns, and head coach Pete Carroll told reporters that he's fine. On top of that, Carson will likely be one of the central pieces of Seattle's offense once again. Carson proved critical last week against the Rams, and with Cleveland... Read More

4 months ago

Russell Wilson Looks To Continue Dominance

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will take the field on Sunday as the top QB in the fantasy game, and he'll be looking to do whatever it takes to bring home another win. Wilson's thrown for multiple touchdowns in four of the five games he's played this season, and this weekend's matchup will have Wilson... Read More

4 months ago

Chase McLaughlin Expected To Start Again

Los Angeles Chargers kicker Chase McLaughlin is expected to draw the start once again in Week 6 as kicker Michael Badgley is doubtful due to his groin issue. McLaughlin made two of three field goals last week, and he'll probably get a shot or two again this week. Unfortunately, he's not a long-term play and... Read More

4 months ago


Uchenna Nwosu Garners Praise From Coaches

Los Angeles Chargers linebacker Uchenna Nwosu racked up his first sack of the season against the Broncos last week, and sure enough, coaches were singing his praises this week. Defensive coordinator Gus Bradley told the media that Nwosu has been impressive in taking on more of a pass rushing role with defensive end Melvin Ingram... Read More

4 months ago

Keenan Allen Looks To Repeat 2018

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen will be looking to recreate the magic from last season when he faces the Steelers this weekend. Allen demolished Pittsburgh's secondary last year when he tallied 14 catches for 148 yards and a touchdown, and he'll hope to do similar damage this year. Obviously, there's risk associated with... Read More

4 months ago

Mike Williams Is A Risky Choice

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams is a real hit-or-miss play this week, and there are solid arguments to be made for both sides. Williams could completely bust this week because LA is facing a Steelers Defense that has been very stingy over the last four weeks, and Williams is usually a ways down... Read More

4 months ago

Austin Ekeler Should Get Plenty More Chances

Los Angeles Chargers running back/pass-catching extraordinaire Austin Ekeler will likely see a whole lot of opportunities again this week. Ekeler caught a whopping 15 passes last week against the Broncos, and with LA squaring off against a hard-nosed Pittsburgh defense, expect Philip Rivers to use Ekeler as an easy out once again. That said, there... Read More

4 months ago

Melvin Gordon Faces A Tough Task

Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon will get his second shot at game speed on Sunday, but he'll have his hands full against a Pittsburgh defense that has been on fire. The deck is stacked against him as Gordon looked rusty in his first appearance, his offensive line is bad and injured, and the... Read More

4 months ago


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