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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.


Russell Wilson Looks To Play Better In Philly

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson won when he went to Philadelphia in Week 12, but he'll hope to play better en route to a win this time around. While Seattle won the game, Wilson had an uncharacteristically bad game. The weather took a lot of the blame though, as it was a wet, windy day.... Read More

3 weeks ago

Tyler Lockett Should See Lots Of Work

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett just finished the first 1,000-yard season of his career, and now he'll get the chance to play a key role in Seattle's run for a championship. With a depleted run game and facing a team who specializes in removing tight ends from the equation, Lockett and fellow wideouts D.K.... Read More

3 weeks ago

Jason Myers Finishes With Three More Extra Points

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers knocked through every kick presented to him on Sunday night, but all three were for extra points instead of field goals. For the first time in over three months, Myers wasn't asked to kick a single field goal in a game. The blank day allowed him to finish the regular... Read More

4 weeks ago

Tre Flowers Makes Back-To-Back Big Plays

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Tre Flowers made a couple of huge plays to help keep the Seahawks in it early. First, he sacked quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo when he went completely unblocked on a cornerback blitz. Then, with the ball in George Kittle's hands and San Francisco bearing down on the first-down marker, he was able to... Read More

4 weeks ago

Jacob Hollister Falls Two Inches Short

Seattle Seahawks tight end Jacob Hollister was traded to Seattle by New England for a seventh-round draft pick this past April. Eight months later, he missed being the city's hero by two inches. Hollister was dialed up for a short slant across the middle in the waning seconds of the fourth quarter of Sunday night's... Read More

4 weeks ago


Tyler Lockett Finishes With A Dependable Performance

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett has slid right into the role that Doug Baldwin left behind. Undersized and somewhat ignored, Lockett hauled in 82 of 110 passes thrown his way this season, finishing with a 6-for-7 performance against San Francisco on Sunday night. His 1,052 yards won't win him any postseason awards across the... Read More

4 weeks ago

D.K. Metcalf Brings In Final TD Of The Decade

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf didn't have his most impressive game of the season on Sunday, catching just 50% of the passes sent his way, but he snagged a laser beam as it passed over his head late in the fourth quarter. That catch brought Seattle within striking distance, and though the comeback fell... Read More

4 weeks ago

Marshawn Lynch Delivers A TD In Return

Suiting up once again for the Seattle Seahawks, running back Marshawn Lynch gave the home crowd what they wanted when he took a flying leap into the end zone early in the fourth quarter. Lynch delivered from one yard out, helping close the gap and giving Seattle a chance to come back. Beast Mode wasn't... Read More

4 weeks ago

Travis Homer Does Well In Starting Role

Seattle Seahawks running back Travis Homer was thrust into the starting role on Sunday night in the team's critical rivalry game after Chris Carson (hip) and C.J. Prosise (arm) both went down last week. The team signed Marshawn Lynch in the meantime, but Homer was expected to get the bulk of the work. He ended... Read More

4 weeks ago

Russell Wilson Almost Leads Comeback

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson got off to another slow start on Sunday night, but he came roaring back and almost brought Seattle back for the win. With his team down by five and enough time for one last play, Wilson threw a short pass over the middle to Jacob Hollister as Hollister made for... Read More

4 weeks ago


Michael Badgley Stays Perfect On Extra Points

Los Angeles Chargers kicker Michael Badgley may have had some early hiccups on field goals as he came back from a lingering groin injury, but extra points were never a problem. Badgley knocked three more through the uprights on Sunday against the Chiefs, bringing his season stats to a perfect 19-for-19 on the freebies. Badgley's... Read More

4 weeks ago

Michael Davis Makes Interception Count

Los Angeles Chargers cornerback Michael Davis provided the third interception of the afternoon against vaunted quarterback Patrick Mahomes, but Davis' was the first one to count after the refs got involved. Two early interceptions of Mahomes were overturned due to rule infractions, so when Davis caught the pass that hit him square in the chest... Read More

4 weeks ago

Hunter Henry Finishes Season With Touchdown

Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry may never surpass Antonio Gates as the greatest tight end in franchise history, but he may be remembered for being the recipient of Philip Rivers' final touchdown pass with the team. Henry brought in the eight-yard sling from Rivers late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's contest, putting... Read More

4 weeks ago

Mike Williams Breaks The 1,000-Yard Mark

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams snagged both of the first two passes lobbed his way on Sunday to mark his first 1,000-yard season in the pros. Williams performed the feat while catching just 49 passes on the season, the first time anyone has done that in nine years. Unfortunately, Williams disappeared in the... Read More

4 weeks ago

Keenan Allen Sets New Franchise Reception Record

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen hauled in nine passes on Sunday against the Chiefs to set a new all-time mark for the Chargers. Allen's 104 receptions are the most ever by a Chargers receiver, and Allen finished the season with 1,199 yards as well. That makes three straight years where Allen has topped... Read More

4 weeks ago


Austin Ekeler Falls Seven Yards Short

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler got plenty of opportunities on Sunday, but the Kansas City Chiefs were prepared for the shifty back. Ekeler was on the precipice of breaking the 1,000-yard mark for receiving yards, giving LA a trio of 1,000-yard receivers, but he ended up just seven yards short of the mark.... Read More

4 weeks ago

Melvin Gordon Finishes 2019 On A High Note

Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon may not have led his team to a victory in the final game of the season, but he bumped his own value a bit more as he heads into free agency. Following his holdout to start the season, Gordon took a little bit to get his legs under... Read More

4 weeks ago

Philip Rivers Possibly Ends Chargers Career With Loss

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers guided the team to one last loss on Sunday against the Chiefs, and it may be the end of an era. Rivers completed 31 passes for 381 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions in what might possibly be his final game as a member of the squad. It was... Read More

4 weeks ago

Jason Myers Faces Critical Game On Sunday

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers could face one of the biggest matchups of his career when the team welcomes the San Francisco 49ers to town on Sunday. These NFC West matchups regularly come down to one kick, like Seattle's last win against SF and their earlier win against the Rams, and this one will decide... Read More

4 weeks ago

David Moore May See Chances

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore has been a missing person for the vast majority of this season, but this week may be his chance to shine. The 24-year-old who made a splash in the preseason with acrobatic catches was constantly shoved down the depth chart throughout the season, but injuries have kept him bubbling... Read More

4 weeks ago


Jacob Hollister Made Hay Last Time Against 49ers

Seattle Seahawks tight end Jacob Hollister was still having his coming-out party last time the team faced off against the 49ers, and he ended up hauling in eight catches for 62 yards and a touchdown against the rivals. Now, the league has tape on him and his utility has been cut. He'll have to put... Read More

4 weeks ago

D.K. Metcalf Gets Another Shot At SF

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf led the way for Seattle's receiving corps last time they faced the 49ers, and he'll need to make some more big plays on Sunday if Seattle's going to find a way to win. The rookie has been a wonderful addition to the team this season, and he's shown serious... Read More

4 weeks ago

Tyler Lockett Will Need To Be Huge

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett is basically the last man standing. A starting lineup of Lockett, Chris Carson, and Will Dissly as the top performers at their respective positions has been whittled down. Lockett still has his No. 2 receiver in D.K. Metcalf, but he's on to his No. 4 running back (Travis Homer)... Read More

4 weeks ago

Russell Wilson Preps For Another Huge Showdown

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is looking down the barrel at another huge game against his biggest division rival. Wilson and the Seahawks will host the 49ers in Seattle on Sunday night in a game that could determine the division winner. The division crown is on the line, playoff seeding is on the line, a... Read More

4 weeks ago

Michael Badgley Will Try To Continue Perfect Streak

Los Angeles Chargers kicker Michael Badgley will try to make it four straight games of perfection on Sunday when he faces the Chiefs in the team's final game of the season. Badgley has made 13 straight kicks heading into the last game of the year, and he remains perfect for the entire season from within... Read More

4 weeks ago


Melvin Ingram Looks To Finish Strong

Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram has been a force of late, and he'll look to finish strong against the division-rival Chiefs on Sunday. Ingram has recorded six sacks in his last seven games, including one against the Chiefs last month. While Joey Bosa has led the team in sacks this season with 11.5... Read More

4 weeks ago

Hunter Henry Will Look For One More Big Game

Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry is completely overshadowed this week due to all the other storylines racing around the Chargers locker room, but he could be one of the team's biggest players. When Henry returned from his injury earlier this season, he went on a tear where he recorded 60+ receiving yards or... Read More

4 weeks ago

Mike Williams Could Surpass 1,000 Yards

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams is on the edge of history for Sunday's game. First, if Williams (963 receiving yards) and Austin Ekeler (950 receiving yards) can both top 1,000 yards receiving, they'll be the first Chargers trio of 1,000-yard receivers since 1980. Second, Williams only has 47 catches this season. Only one... Read More

4 weeks ago

Keenan Allen Looks To Top 100 Catches Again

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen will be looking to finish strong as he's approaching 100 catches once again. Allen fell just short of the milestone last year, tallying 97, but he cross the threshold in 2017. While his touchdowns have been down this year, Allen has still had a strong year in catches... Read More

4 weeks ago

Austin Ekeler Could Top 1,000 Receiving Yards

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler is poised to accomplish quite a feat if he can continue his recent performances. Ekeler sits at 950 receiving yards this year, and he's averaged more than 50 receiving yards per game for five straight weeks. If he can get over the hump, he'll be just the third... Read More

4 weeks ago


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