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The Best NFL Fantasy Football Expert . . .

Are you looking for the best NFL Fantasy Football advice in the industry? If yes, then you want to check out Austin D. Jordan's Appearances on Sports Talk Radio, Podcasts, Web Series, etc.

As you probably already know, since you are reading this article, Austin has been answering NFL Fantasy Football questions since 2011 on NFLVR's Twitter Account and has been right around 75% of the time! Keep in mind, unlike most so-called NFL Fantasy Football Experts, Austin is answering your questions accurately within seconds of receiving your questions! NO ONE else in the world can make that claim!

However, one thing you may not know about Austin is that answering questions accurately and instantly is not the only thing that makes him a real NFL Fantasy Football Expert. He literally makes a living playing fantasy football! Seriously! Here are just a couple of pictures Austin shared publicly this past season:

Austin's credentials are second to none and the info above doesn't even begin to scratch the surface of his expertise! Check out a few more tweets from Austin for more proof.

Austin's 2012 Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck rookie projections. Notice the date, the fact he predicted Luck to break the NFL Single-Season Rookie Passing Record and how accurate his projections were:

On September 5, 2012, Austin made one of the craziest predictions ever! He predicted that then Dallas Cowboys WR Kevin Ogletree would have a big game and let me just say NO ONE on earth agreed with him. Well, Ogletree did even better than Austin's crazy prediction, he had his career game!

Remember when every single so-called NFL Fantasy Football Expert LOVED then Buffalo Bills RB C.J. Spiller? Seriously, everyone but Austin had him in at least their Top 10 Overall Draft Picks for the 2013 NFL Season, most Top 5 and some Top 3. Well, Austin disliked Spiller so much for fantasy football purposes that he not only did his stats projection (Spiller didn't even reach Austin's numbers) but did a whole article explaining his reasoning for not liking Spiller.

Austin said on August 13th, 2013 to not pick up Denver Broncos Rookie RB C.J. Anderson for the 2013 NFL Season BUT that Anderson could be "an NFL Teams RB1." CRAZY prediction! Anderson missed most of the 2013 NFL Season and was one of the biggest fantasy football surprises to most people in 2014 while proving he could be an NFL Team's Starting RB.

Look at the date of this tweet! NO ONE else liked Julius Thomas when Austin first started telling people Thomas was a "legitimate DEEP sleeper" for the 2013 NFL Season. I still can't believe Thomas had 788 receiving yards and 12 TD's in 2013 when he only had one reception for five yards in his career until then.

Before last season, Austin's biggest breakout sleeper was New Orleans Saints RB Mark Ingram. Once again, people thought he was crazy, but Ingram not only met Austin's crazy prediction but exceeded it!

You can find thousands of tweets and posts like this from Austin. They range from Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown being Austin's 2011 Sleeper of the Year to then Buffalo Bills WR Naaman Roosevelt as sleeper of the week in 2011 when he had one reception for a 60-yard TD to picking games, players that won certain awards, Chicago Bears WR Alshon Jeffery's Breakout Season, Nick Foles being a legitimate starter in the NFL, etc., etc. Simply put, Austin D. Jordan is the best NFL Fantasy Football Expert in the world and proven it publicly since 2011!

Also over the years, Austin has been on too many Sports Talk Radio Shows, Podcasts, Web Series, etc. to list them all. Now he has one place for you to get all of his insight: his Appearances Page on his Official Website. The page includes his upcoming appearances as well as recordings from his most recent appearances.

If you want to get a second opinion from one of the best proven NFL Fantasy Football Experts in the world, then check out Austin D. Jordan's Appearances and remember he takes over NFLVR's Twitter from 8 am ET to 12 noon ET on Sundays during the NFL Regular Season to answer your Tweets instantly.

In the meantime, be sure to check out Austin on his Official Website, IMDb, LinkedIn and follow him on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.


Nova Kemp
NFLVR Contributor since 2011
Twitter (@NovaKemp)