Bart Scott Recommends Viagra For Bills’ Josh Allen To Deal With Cold Feet

This recommendation may be a bit “hard” to follow.

On Thursday’s episode of the ESPN show “Get Up,” host Dianna Russini mentioned how Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen dislikes playing in cold weather due to poor blood circulation to his feet. Such “cold feet” could be a problem this Saturday night when the Bills host the New England Patriots in what’s likely to be a frigid playoff game. So, on the show, former NFL player Bart Scott offered a little blue recommendation for Allen that made others stand up and take notice.

Scott responded with, “Josh Allen listening? Can people get this message to him? VI-A-GRA.” He added, “Take a Viagra before the game, baby. That’ll get that circulation going right.” Yes, Scott said Viagra, the medication known generically as sildenafil, typically used to treat erectile dysfunction. Umm, talk about getting up for a playoff game. The

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