Bart Scott Suggests That Bills QB Josh Allen Should Take Viagra Before Cold Weather Game Against The Patriots

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Ok look, anyone who’s ever tried to throw a pass in the bitter cold knows that it sucks. Doing anything when it’s freezing out pretty much sucks, but when you’re an NFL quarterback, and your job is to throw footballs, cold weather makes it nearly impossible to stay loose.

It gets to a certain point where there’s simply not enough hand warmers or clothes to keep you warm enough. And you can double-sock-it all you want, but football cleats aren’t exactly warm.

And then you have your coaches out here yelling BS at you like:

“MAN UP… IT’S A PRIVILEDGE TO GET TO PLAY IN THIS WEATHER.”

The Buffalo Bills are getting ready to play the New England Patriots in Buffalo this Saturday, and the temperature is expected to be a high of 11 degrees, and a low of 5.

And Bills QB Josh Allen doesn’t have the best track record of playing well in the cold weather. Josh says he has poor circulation and his toes get cold (not exactly what you want to hear from your star quarterback before the big game):

“I got bad circulation within my feet. My toes get really cold and they go numb a little bit.” 

However, one ESPN analyst has the perfect recipe for combating the freezing temperatures…

Analyst Bart Scott came on ESPN today to discuss the upcoming game, and he had some very specific advice to Allen:

Take that little blue pill… Viagra.

Yup, Viagra…

The miracle drug known for helping dudes who can’t get it up, Bart Scott (not a doctor) says it also does a great job of getting the blood flowing throughout your body.

Ummm, I don’t know about circulation in the toes, but throwing a touchdown with your flag at full mast seems like a much more uncomfortable endeavor. Then again, is this a popular thing in the league? I need some other NFL players to chime in ASAP.

So does Mitch Morse…

Bills TE Dawson Knox on the other hand will NOT be experimenting with Viagra.

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