Do Football Players Really Use Viagra to Stay Warm?


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When the Patriots play the Bills in Buffalo on Saturday, the weather is going to be COLD. Like in the single digits, with the wind chill making it feel like it's in the negatives.

On ESPN yesterday, DIANNA RUSSINI noted that Bills quarterback JOSH ALLEN struggles in cold weather because he has bad circulation.

Her co-host BART SCOTT, who used to be an NFL linebacker, had a simple solution: TAKE VIAGRA.

He said it gets the circulation "going right", and he added, quote, "A lot of NFL players, at least in my day, took Viagra because it opens up the blood vessels . . . Viagra was first a heart medicine, so it builds up circulation."

Scott was adamant that he wasn't joking . . . but he couldn't get anyone on the panel to back him up on this.


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