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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.


Hunter Henry Facing An Uphill Battle This Week

Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry will have his work cut out for him in Week 14. Henry will be facing off against a Jacksonville defense that has been one of the stingiest in the land versus opposing tight ends. Jacksonville's held opposing tight ends to zero touchdowns in the last four weeks, and... Read More

1 month ago

Keenan Allen Looks To Continue TD Streak In Week 14

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen is making up for lost time by racking up touchdowns in two straight games. Now, he'll face another stout defensive backfield that is tied for the fourth-fewest receiving touchdowns this season. Jacksonville has allowed quite a few yards to wideouts, but they've been able to keep them out... Read More

1 month ago

Mike Williams Looking For Another Big Week

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams went huge last week against the Denver Broncos, and he'll be looking to continue building on his progress. Williams racked up 117 yards as he was the go-to receiver for deep passes, giving him a new career-high. He'll now turn his sights on the Jaguars, a less dominant... Read More

1 month ago

Austin Ekeler Should Continue Catching Passes

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler has once again proven that he can still be a productive fantasy weapon even when Melvin Gordon is fully healthy and performing, and he should continue some of that production this week against a Jacksonville defense that is extremely susceptible to running backs. Ekeler has touched the ball... Read More

1 month ago

Melvin Gordon Should Have Another Big Game

Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon has been on a roll recently, and that train shouldn't slow down on Sunday against Jacksonville. Gordon has posted 90 or more yards from scrimmage in four straight games, and he's about to face one of the worst rushing defenses in the entire league. The Jaguars have allowed... Read More

1 month ago


Philip Rivers Looks To Continue Upward Trend

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers had his best game in a month last week when he completed 69% of his passes, but the Chargers still found a way to lose at the last second. This week, he'll face a porous Jacksonville defense that has been sliding recently. Though mediocre for the season, the Jaguars... Read More

1 month ago

Jason Myers Drills Seven Kicks In Win

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers was the definition of perfection on Monday night against Minnesota when he knocked through three field goals and four extra points in the win. Myers was gifted nothing but short kicks, with his longest being made from 32 yards, but the important thing is that he's continued to roll since... Read More

2 months ago

Travis Homer Makes Massive Special Teams Impact

Seattle Seahawks running back Travis Homer may not see any carries on a regular basis, but he got his chance to shine under the bright lights of Monday night. Homer was the up man for a punt from his own 32-yard line early in the fourth quarter, but he was the key to the trick.... Read More

2 months ago

Tyler Lockett Held Without A Catch

Unfortunately, the only thing Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett caught this week was the flu. Lockett was one of nearly a dozen Seahawks that were hit by the bug this week, and combined with the shin contusion that is likely still hampering him slightly, Lockett looked out of sorts all night against Minnesota. He... Read More

2 months ago

Josh Gordon Disappears Once Again

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Josh Gordon remains undefeated this season, but he was mostly a ghost again in Week 13. Gordon's timely release by New England and signing by Seattle means he's yet to personally take a loss, but he's also been relegated to a tiny role. Gordon caught every target slung his way once... Read More

2 months ago


Jacob Hollister Catches Six Passes In Win

Seattle Seahawks tight end Jacob Hollister wasn't the man to haul in a pair of touchdowns this week, but he did still chip in six catches on eight targets in the team's win over Minnesota on Monday night. Unfortunately, it will be a fluke play that wasn't Hollister's fault that will get the most airtime.... Read More

2 months ago

David Moore Scores Huge Touchdown In Win

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore has taken a back seat this season after his acrobatic antics made him a highlight-reel regular last year, but he's still roaming around and snagging a couple balls just about every week. He made his presence known on Monday night when he got behind the coverage and hauled in... Read More

2 months ago

D.K. Metcalf Leads Receivers On Monday Night

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf finished with the most receiving yards of any pass catcher on Monday night as he wound up with 75 yards on six receptions. Metcalf wasn't able to find the end zone, but he was a regular target of Russell Wilson's whenever the team needed a first down. He also... Read More

2 months ago

Rashaad Penny Scores Two TDs

Seattle Seahawks running back Rashaad Penny was getting his named called all over the broadcast on Monday night as he took in a pair of touchdowns in Seattle's win. Penny logged one rushing and one receiving touchdown along with 107 all-purpose yards, and he was slicing through Minnesota's defensive front like butter. Averaging nearly five... Read More

2 months ago

Chris Carson Roasts Vikings

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson split carries with Rashaad Penny once again, but this time Carson got the lion's share of the work and made hay with the chances. Carson carried the ball 23 times for 102 yards, a massive upswing from his forgettable showing last week. Carson also took in an early touchdown,... Read More

2 months ago


Russell Wilson Overcomes Huge Mistake

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson came back from a massive error on Monday night to lead his team to victory. In the second quarter, Wilson had a pass get batted back towards him at the line, deep in his own territory. In a failed attempt to knock the ball down, Wilson instead popped it up... Read More

2 months ago

Michael Badgley Misses 55-Yarder In Denver

Los Angeles Chargers kicker Michael Badgley got the chance to take advantage of the thin air of the Rockies on Sunday, but he pulled his critical kick a bit to the left. Badgley was given the opportunity to try to knock through a 55-yarder late in the game, but he ended up drilling the left... Read More

2 months ago

Denzel Perryman Makes Diving Interception In Loss

Los Angeles Chargers linebacker Denzel Perryman made an incredible diving interception in Sunday's game as the Chargers tried to come back from an early hole, but the effort was for naught. Facing a rookie quarterback getting his first start in the NFL, Perryman and the rest of the Chargers Defense did a wonderful job of... Read More

2 months ago

Hunter Henry Overlooked On Sunday

Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry was the unfortunate victim of poor cornerback play on Sunday against the Broncos. While this was a good thing for wide receivers Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, who combined for nearly 200 yards receiving, it meant Henry was regularly passed up as an option on passing downs. Henry... Read More

2 months ago

Keenan Allen Dives And Spins Into The End Zone

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen took a wild, tumbling trip into the end zone on Sunday to notch his fifth touchdown of the season. Allen would also haul in four more passes on the day, tallying 68 total yards even though he was supposed to be held in check by Chris Harris Jr.... Read More

2 months ago


Mike Williams Makes Incredible Catch Against Broncos

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Mike Williams was expected to have to shoulder a lot of the outside load on Sunday since Chris Harris Jr. would be shadowing Keenan Allen, but nobody expected Williams to be as impressive as he actually was. Williams caught five passes for 117 yards, and though he still didn't find... Read More

2 months ago

Austin Ekeler Plays Huge Role In Passing Game

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler was at it again on Sunday as he caught four passes for 51 yards and a touchdown. He also carried the ball nine times for just 16 yards, but it was hard to pin the running issues on him since he was immediately hit when handed the ball... Read More

2 months ago

Melvin Gordon Rushes For 99 Yards In Loss

Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon put up another strong performance on Sunday when he carried the ball 20 times for 99 yards and caught a pair of passes for another 11 yards. Unfortunately, Gordon's performance wasn't enough to bring home a win. Gordon and Austin Ekeler both saw considerable action in this game,... Read More

2 months ago

Philip Rivers Recovers From Early Pick

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers looked like he was going to be in for another long day when he threw a horrendous interception right to a defensive tackle early in Sunday's game, but he got it together and put up a decent showing, even if it was ultimately in a losing effort. Rivers ended... Read More

2 months ago

Jadeveon Clowney, Jarran Reed Limited In Practice

Seattle Seahawks defenders Jadeveon Clowney (core), Jarran Reed (ankle), and Mychal Kendricks (hamstring) were limited participants in practice on Friday, and there's a real chance that the Seahawks Defense that takes the field on Monday night could be without over 25% of its usual starters. Clowney missed last week's game due to his injury, Reed... Read More

2 months ago


Jason Myers Remains Perfect Within 40 Yards On Field Goals

Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers was slowed down last week with a small hip injury, but he showed on Sunday that there were no ill effects as he was perfect on field goals for the second straight week. This Monday will be his first time kicking at home again since he had a dreadful performance... Read More

2 months ago

Jacob Hollister Limited In Practice

Seattle Seahawks tight end Jacob Hollister was a limited participant in practice on Friday due to a nagging toe injury. Hollister has been one of the most recent surprises on the Seahawks roster as he's been promoted into a starting role and quickly become one of Russell Wilson's favorite targets, but there's a possibility that... Read More

2 months ago

Josh Gordon May Get More Work On Monday

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Josh Gordon has played a minor role so far since joining the team, but he could be in for a more central spot on Monday night against Minnesota. Tyler Lockett is one of a number of Seahawks that have been slowed down by an infection going around the locker room, and... Read More

2 months ago

D.K. Metcalf Returns To Full Practice

A day after being limited in practice due to a knee issue, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf returned to being a full participant in practice on Friday. Metcalf has had a strong rookie season, putting up 630 yards so far. He's also hauled in five touchdowns, and he's caught at least one pass of... Read More

2 months ago

Chris Carson Looking To Bounce Back Against Vikings

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson ended up seeing more bench time than anything last week when the team shifted focus to Rashaad Penny instead. Penny exploded against the Eagles as the team notched their ninth win, and questions now linger about how the running back situation will play out for the rest of the... Read More

2 months ago


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