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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.


Melvin Gordon Auditions One More Time

Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon will take the field on Sunday against the Chiefs, and he may be wearing the Chargers uniform for the last time. When the game ends, Gordon will officially be an unrestricted free agent, and he'll be ready to cash in on his next contract. Gordon was a little... Read More

1 month ago

Philip Rivers May Be Playing His Final Game For The Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is facing a precipice on Sunday when he suits up against the Chiefs. It may be his final game as the quarterback of the Chargers. Rivers is coming to the end of a possibly Hall of Fame-worthy career, but with no contract tying him down for next year and... Read More

1 month ago

Marquise Blair Nearly Scores On Blocked FG

Seattle Seahawks safety Marquise Blair scooped the bouncing ball like a true pro when he picked up the blocked field goal on Sunday. Blair then took off down the sideline towards the Arizona goal line, but traffic was in his way for the entire run and eventually brought him down at the Cardinals 16-yard line.... Read More

1 month ago

Jason Myers Hits From 51 Yards Out

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers held up his end of the bargain by drilling both field goal tries he was presented with, including a 51-yarder late in the third quarter. The long boot was Myers' second-longest of the season and his longest since October. Myers had previously struggled to kick in Seattle, but he was... Read More

1 month ago

Nick Bellore Hauls In Second Career TD

Seattle Seahawks fullback Nick Bellore was the lucky recipient of the team's only touchdown on Sunday when he hauled in a three-yard lob pass in the first quarter. Bellore, who has been in the league for nine seasons but just joined Seattle this year, has recorded just two catches all season. This is his first... Read More

1 month ago


D.K. Metcalf Blanked By Cards

Seattle Seahawks rookie wide receiver D.K. Metcalf took his first zero of his career on Sunday when he went without any catches against the Arizona Cardinals. In two meetings with the Cardinals, Metcalf has tallied a whopping one catch for four yards. Arizona has been one of the most forgiving secondaries in the game, but... Read More

1 month ago

Tyler Lockett Bombs Against Arizona

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett turned in a dud on Sunday when he caught just one of eight passes sent his way in the team's loss to the Cardinals. Even though they were facing the softest secondary in the league, Russell Wilson and his receivers struggled throughout the day to develop any kind of... Read More

1 month ago

Jacob Hollister Leads Seattle's Receivers

Seattle Seahawks tight end Jacob Hollister was expected to have a good day against a Cardinals Defense that has been plagued by opposing tight ends all season, and he led the way for Seattle's pass-catchers on the day. Unfortunately, it still wasn't too brilliant a performance as Hollister failed to score. That said, Hollister was... Read More

1 month ago

Travis Homer Takes Over

Seattle Seahawks rookie running back Travis Homer got a rough reminder of the fact that anyone can play on any given Sunday. Homer was thrust into the starting role when both Chris Carson (hip) and C.J. Prosise (arm) went down with injuries against the Cardinals. To further compound his pressure, it appears both backs are... Read More

1 month ago

Russell Wilson Sets Franchise Record In Loss

It was a disappointing day for the team since they fell to the Cardinals, but Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson became the franchise's leading passer. Wilson passed Matt Hasselback to become the most prolific passer in team history, but he got there on one of the worst passing days he's had in months. Star running... Read More

1 month ago


Michael Badgley Does His Job

Los Angeles Chargers kicker Michael Badgley couldn't be asked to do more than be perfect, and he did just that on Sunday. Unfortunately, he just didn't have very much to do. The Chargers struggled offensively once again, and Badgley was left with a lot of time to kill on the sideline. He knocked through the... Read More

1 month ago

Melvin Ingram Keeps Chargers In The Game

Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram gave it his all, but the Chargers just weren't able to muster enough offense to pull out a win. When the offense took nearly all of the first quarter to get a first down, Ingram stepped up and helped shut down a pair of Raiders drives that could... Read More

1 month ago

Hunter Henry Relatively Quiet Against Raiders

Facing a fantastic matchup, Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry failed to capitalize. Henry was targeted seven times and caught five of the passes, but he was only able to tally 45 yards and no scores. The 9.0 YPC was Henry's third-worst of the season, and for some reason, a Raiders secondary who has... Read More

1 month ago

Mike Williams Snaps TD Streak

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams took 14 weeks to get his first touchdown this year, and after hauling one in last week as well, Williams was held scoreless by the Raiders. He came close to getting it anyway, but a beaten Oakland defender interfered to keep him from snagging it. Williams has had... Read More

1 month ago

Keenan Allen Falls Just Short

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen finished Sunday with 71 yards receiving on five catches, and he came so close to converting one of those into a touchdown. Allen snagged a short pass on the outside and turned upfield with a clear shot at the pylon. Unfortunately, he slipped just a hair and ended... Read More

1 month ago


Austin Ekeler Excels In The Passing Game

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler shined more as a receiver than a runner again on Sunday, racking up 58 yards through the air on five catches while he only tallied 11 yards on four carries on the ground. The catches brought Ekeler up to 950 receiving yards on the season, and he could... Read More

1 month ago

Melvin Gordon Scores Two Short TDs

Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon put up a Jerome Bettis-like line on Sunday as he carried the ball nine times for just 15 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Gordon did catch six passes out of the backfield, but those only tallied 32 yards as well. The 15 rushing yards was Gordon's worst... Read More

1 month ago

Philip Rivers Bores In Final Home Game Of 2019

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers put up an uneventful fantasy day in what could be his final home game as a member of the Chargers. Rivers tallied 279 yards over the course of the afternoon, but it didn't add up to much for his fantasy owners since Melvin Gordon scored both of the team's... Read More

1 month ago

Jason Myers Tries To Improve At Home

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers is one of the few players who doesn't seem to enjoy home cooking so far, notably struggling when kicking in the Emerald City. Myers has only made 69% of his field goal tries at home while he hasn't missed a single field goal opportunity on the road since Week 2.... Read More

1 month ago

Chris Carson Could See Another Busy Day

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson is the last man standing in the backfield after Rashaad Penny underwent knee surgery to repair his torn ACL, and he'll likely have another full schedule on Sunday when Seattle hosts the Cardinals. With the Seahawks entering the game as nine-point favorites, Carson could find himself with a boatload... Read More

1 month ago


Al Woods Suspended For Four Games

Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Al Woods looked like another one of head coach Pete Carroll's surprise reclamation projects this year, but he's now been suspended for four games for violating the league's policy regarding performance-enhancing substances. The Seahawks Defense will now have to replace Woods with undrafted free agent Bryan Mone from their practice squad,... Read More

1 month ago

Jacob Hollister Could Have A Huge Week

Seattle Seahawks tight end Jacob Hollister has been struggling a bit recently, but this week is just what the doctor ordered. Hollister gets to face an Arizona Cardinals team that isn't just the worst in the league versus opposing tight ends, but they give up more than 25% more fantasy points to opposing tight ends... Read More

1 month ago

D.K. Metcalf Looks For Revenge Against Arizona

Seattle Seahawks rookie wide receiver D.K. Metcalf has been a revelation this season, but the one blemish on his stat sheet was his game against the Arizona Cardinals. Metcalf only caught one pass in the contest in Phoenix, and he tallied a season-low six yards. He'll get the chance for redemption this week when Seattle... Read More

1 month ago

Tyler Lockett Looks to Top 1,000 Yards

After falling just short of the mark last year, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett is poised to finish his first 1,000-yard season as a receiver. Lockett enters Sunday's game against the Cardinals with 994 receiving yards after having a big day last week, and he should be in for some fun as he faces... Read More

1 month ago

Russell Wilson Lines Up For Another Big Game

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will have the chance to light it up for the home crowd before Christmas this week when he faces off against an Arizona defense that is the worst in the league against the pass. The Cardinals have allowed more passing yards and fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks than any other... Read More

1 month ago


Michael Badgley Tries To Continue Streak

Los Angeles Chargers kicker Michael Badgley was able to bring his streak home, and now he'll try to continue it against the Raiders on Sunday. Badgley has gone three straight weeks without missing a single kick from less than 50 yards, and he can hopefully keep headed in that positive direction. Between field goals and... Read More

1 month ago

Joey Bosa Makes Second Pro Bowl

Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa will be the lone member of the Chargers Defense to make an appearance at the Pro Bowl after he was named to his second career game this week. Though the defense as a whole hasn't been terribly impressive this year, Bosa has continued to stand out from the... Read More

1 month ago

Hunter Henry Gets A Big Opportunity

Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry gets one more big chance this season to show off against a weak defense. Oakland is coming to town on Sunday, and the crowd is expected to be raucous since the Raiders still own LA. Henry will have the opportunity to quiet the black and silver fans by... Read More

1 month ago

Mike Williams Zeroes In On 1,000 Yards

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams has honed his craft this season and finally come into his own. Even though he's embedded in an offense that includes playmakers at every turn, Williams has found a way to stand out and become a regular on all the highlight shows. Riding a streak of seven-straight games... Read More

1 month ago

Keenan Allen Named To Third Straight Pro Bowl

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen was rewarded with another trip to the Pro Bowl this week as credit for topping 1,000 receiving yards once again. The wideout has had a somewhat quiet time getting to the millennial mark this year due to only catching five touchdowns on the season, but he's still faithfully... Read More

1 month ago


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