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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 3447 articles so far, you can find them below.

Austin Ekeler Lights Up The Dolphins

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler went off on Miami, racking up two touchdowns and 122 all-purpose yards on Sunday afternoon. Ekeler was getting one of his final chances to start after Melvin Gordon ended his holdout this week, and he took full advantage of the opportunity. Ekeler finished with 60 yards on the... Read More

1 month ago

Philip Rivers Throws For 310 Yards And Two TDs

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers controlled the game once again as he led his team to victory over the lowly Miami Dolphins. Rivers completed 80% of his passes for 310 yards and two touchdowns in a 30-10 rout. Rivers was forced to work without two of his top three wide receivers, but he quickly... Read More

1 month ago

Ziggy Ansah Expected To Play Against Arizona

It's been a pretty short but eventful season so far for Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Ziggy Ansah. The oft-injured pass rusher has been struggling with a myriad of injuries in his weeks with the team, and he's now been missing some practice with a back issue. That said, head coach Pete Carroll told the media... Read More

2 months ago

Will Dissly Will Get More Red-Zone Chances

Seattle Seahawks tight end Will Dissly has suddenly sprung onto the scene in the last two weeks, as he's hauled in three touchdowns, and the good times should keep rolling against the Cardinals on Sunday. Arizona's defense is allowing a whopping 29 points on average to opposing tight ends, nearly 40% more than the next... Read More

2 months ago

D.K. Metcalf Will Look For More Deep Balls

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf has been a stud at turning in big plays so far, and he'll be on the lookout for more of them this weekend. Metcalf has racked up at least one reception of 25 or more yards in each of his first three games in the NFL, and Arizona's secondary... Read More

2 months ago

Chris Carson Trying To Ignore Fumbles

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson is getting peppered with questions about his fumble issues, but he's keeping a low-key attitude about the turnovers so far. Carson has fumbled three times in 45 carries this season after averaging just one fumble per 99 carries in previous years. However, the coaching staff, teammates, and Carson himself... Read More

2 months ago

Russell Wilson Facing Soft Secondary In Week 4

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is primed for another big week on Sunday as he faces a struggling secondary in Arizona. Wilson is coming off one of the biggest games of his career in the team's Week 3 loss to the Saints, but Seattle should have a bit of an easier time against the winless... Read More

2 months ago

Joey Bosa Headlines Huge Defensive Opportunity

Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa has racked up 1.5 sacks so far through three games, but he's expected to bump that stat on Sunday. Bosa and the rest of the Chargers Defense will be looking to feast against a dreadful Dolphins offense that is averaging a whopping 5.3 points per game. Their quarterbacks... Read More

2 months ago

Keenan Allen Leads The League In Receiving Yards

After three weeks, Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen is on top of the pile for receiving yards at 404. Don't expect that to change anytime soon either. Allen gets to face a horrendous Miami secondary that is one of the worst in the league, and he should be able to do whatever he... Read More

2 months ago

Austin Ekeler To Get One Last Ride

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler is preparing for his swan song as a fantasy stud, but he should go out on a high note. The return of Melvin Gordon means Ekeler's time as a starter is coming to an end, and Week 4 is probably his last chance to get a full slate... Read More

2 months ago

Philip Rivers Should Have A Huge Week

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers has been one of the most valuable quarterbacks in the league so far, and that trend shouldn't stop this weekend. Rivers will be facing a Dolphins squad that is worst in the league at containing opposing offenses. Miami has given up the second-most fantasy points to opposing QBs, they've... Read More

2 months ago

K.J. Wright Banged Up But Okay

Seattle Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright had to be visited by the trainers after Alvin Kamara's touchdown run on Sunday, but he told the media after the game that he was fine. Wright said he just got the wind knocked out of him, and he should be good to go. That's a breath of fresh air... Read More

2 months ago

Will Dissly Grabs Another TD

Seattle Seahawks tight end Will Dissly was on the right end of a reception once again as he was the chosen one for the team's final garbage-time touchdown of the game on Sunday. Dissly was targeted seven times, caught six passes, and tallied 62 yards in the game, exact copies of his season stats coming... Read More

2 months ago

David Moore Returns To The Field

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore finally got into the action for the first time on Sunday, but he only caught one pass on the afternoon. As expected, Moore's catch was a nifty one that featured him coming back and around a defender to be able to reach the wet, slippery ball, but the lack... Read More

2 months ago

D.K. Metcalf Continues To Shine

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf continued his impressive run on Sunday as he snagged a 54-yard bomb just before halftime. Metcalf was a little quieter the rest of the day, partially due to rain and constant slipping on the field, but he's now caught a pass of 25+ yards in all three games of... Read More

2 months ago

Tyler Lockett Goes For 154 Yards And A TD

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett had the biggest receiving day of his NFL career on Sunday as he caught 11 passes for 154 yards and a touchdown in the team's loss to New Orleans. He also just missed a second touchdown pass on an errant throw that was a little out of his reach.... Read More

2 months ago

C.J. Prosise Is Quiet In Week 3

Given the chance to be the team's No. 2 for the week, Seattle Seahawks running back C.J. Prosise didn't make much noise. With running back Rashaad Penny (hamstring) out on Sunday, Prosise got his chance to remind everyone why Seattle has put up with his annual injuries. Instead, he tallied just five yards on four... Read More

2 months ago

Chris Carson Struggles Against Saints

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson busted a big 23-yard bruiser of a run early in Sunday's game against the Saints, but after that, he was nearly silent. Carson finished with just 15 carries for 53 yards and one reception out of the backfield. Carson's lack of use was due to a combination of the... Read More

2 months ago

Russell Wilson Tops 400 Yards In Loss

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson put up huge numbers in Sunday's loss against the Saints. Wilson completed 32 passes on 50 attempts for 406 yards and two passing touchdowns. He also carried the ball seven times and ran in a pair of touchdowns, including one where he straight muscled through a Saints defender. The explosion... Read More

2 months ago

Brandon Mebane Records Third Sack As Charger

Los Angeles Chargers defensive tackle Brandon Mebane got after quarterback Deshaun Watson on Sunday and was able to nail down his third career sack as a member of the Chargers organization. Mebane is in his fourth year with the team, and he's now garnered 18.5 sacks in his 13-year career. Unfortunately, the work of Mebane... Read More

2 months ago

Travis Benjamin Just Misses Out On Heroics

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Travis Benjamin had a step on two defenders with two minutes left and the team trailing by seven points, but he couldn't hold on to the throw that hit him in both hands. Quarterback Philip Rivers had laid it out in the perfect spot where only Benjamin could reach it,... Read More

2 months ago

Mike Williams Tallies 45 Yards In Loss

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams caught three passes for 45 yards on Sunday, including a critical one to give the team a chance to tie the game right at the end. Unfortunately, the team fell short. Williams has clearly shown he's got the talent to succeed in the NFL, but it's becoming clear... Read More

2 months ago

Keenan Allen Sets Career-High In Loss

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen had the best game of his career on Sunday against the Texans as he amassed a whopping 183 receiving yards and two touchdowns. Allen was targeted 17 times and caught 13 of the passes, but it wasn't enough to lead the Chargers to victory. Allen's two touchdowns included... Read More

2 months ago

Justin Jackson Gets More Chances

Los Angeles Chargers running back Justin Jackson got a few more chances on Sunday in the passing game, but he did nothing with them. Jackson was thrown four passes this week while he hadn't been thrown more than a single one in either of the other two games this year, but he totaled a whopping... Read More

2 months ago

Austin Ekeler Gets Left In The Background

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler was a bit of a non-factor in Sunday's game against the Texans. Though he made a couple nice pick-ups on key third downs, he also got stopped short on a couple important downs and only touched the ball 16 times all game. Just nine carries on the ground... Read More

2 months ago

Philip Rivers Puts Up Big Numbers In Loss

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers completed 31 passes for 318 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday as the Chargers fell to the Houston Texans. LA continued to struggle in the second half of ballgames, and Rivers was sacked five times on the day. The 46 passing attempts were the most Rivers has had in... Read More

2 months ago

Keenan Allen Cleared For Sunday

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen (knee) was a full participant in practice on Friday and is cleared to play in Sunday's game against the Texans. Allen's knee injury was minor and just held him out of practice for a couple days. After racking up 16 catches for 221 yards in the first two... Read More

2 months ago

Jason Myers Is Here To Make Extra Points

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers probably didn't expect to be rolling into Week 3 with a field-goal line of 0-for-1. Seattle made 22 field goals in 27 attempts last season, but after two weeks of 2019, they've attempted just one shot for three points. Even that attempt was a serious long shot, as Myers was... Read More

2 months ago

Bobby Wagner Leads A Strong Base Defense

Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner told the media he was sad that he won't get to face off against Drew Brees when the Saints come to town on Sunday, but he's excited by Seattle's current approach of more linebackers at every turn. The Seahawks Defense leads the league in how often they run their base... Read More

2 months ago

Will Dissly Could See More Action

Seattle Seahawks tight end Will Dissly caught his first touchdown of the season last Sunday, and it was quite the relief for him. Dissly doubted that he'd ever play in the NFL again after he tore his patellar tendon last September, and the concern jumped up again when he left the team's Week 1 game... Read More

2 months ago

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