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Bill’s QB Josh Allen Should Take Viagra for Playoff Game: ESPN Analyst

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One of the biggest storylines leading up to the Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots AFC Wild Card playoff game on Saturday, January 15 is the forecast weather forecast.

With temperatures in the single digits at Highmark Stadium through kickoff at 8:15 p.m., Bill’s quarterback Josh Allen revealing he’s suffering from poor circulation and the team’s minimal ability to run back — it’s a major topic of discussion.

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While it might sound redundant how cold it will be in Buffalo in January, Allen’s accuracy drops sharply in inclement weather. The Athletic’s Matthew Fairburn reported: “Allen has played five games in his career where the kick-off temperature was 90 degrees or less. The Bills are 3-2 in those games and Allen has a 50.3 percent completion rate with 883 yards, six touchdowns and seven interceptions.”

While bad weather will obviously affect the Patriots’ performance as well, “the difference is that the Bills rely a lot more on their passing game than the Patriots,” Fairburn noted.

While most players rely on heaters and giant winter coats to stay warm on the sidelines, ESPN’s host is Bart Scott Stand up, suggested Allen take a blue-pill approach in Saturday’s AFC Wild Card playoff game.

Scott, who played 11 years in the NFL with the Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets, knows what it’s like to play in freezing temperatures and said he took Viagra before games to help him warm up remain.

While the pill is known to help with erectile dysfunction, Scott Allen suggested taking Viagra for its side effect.

“Take some Viagra before the game, baby,” Scott said. “It gets the circulation going… Viagra was a heart drug first, right? So it builds up blood circulation, which ensures that the feet are supplied with blood. I swear I’m not trying to be funny.”

Scott mentioned that he wasn’t the only player to take the blue pill before games “because Viagra opens up the blood vessels,” and in fact, former NFL star Chad Ochocinco has said multiple times in the past that he took the blue pill before games .

Viagra, a brand name of sildenafil, is not on the NFL’s official list of banned substances.

According to the NRPB, Viagra relaxes the walls of men’s blood vessels, “which in turn allows blood to flow more smoothly throughout the body,” particularly toward the part of the body protected by a jockstrap.

While getting an accidental erection is likely to be a major concern, “Viagra starts working one to two hours after it’s taken orally,” NRPB reported. “However, taking Viagra alone does not lead to an erection. Men still need to be sexually aroused for Viagra to work.”

Bill’s tight end Dawson Knox spoke to the media on Thursday, January 13 when asked whether or not he would go ahead with Scott’s Viagra proposal.

Dawson Knox said he’s heard Viagra can cause a player to test positive for PED, so he won’t try that trick to stay warm against the Patriots on Saturday night.

While Viagra can show up on a drug test, according to ASIP1, it needs to be specifically searched for, and since the blue pill isn’t a banned substance, it shouldn’t be a problem.

Knox also said he needed a prescription to take Viagra and made it clear he didn’t have that prescription.

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Bill’s tight end Dawson Knox spoke to the media on Thursday, January 13 when asked whether or not he would go ahead with Scott’s Viagra proposal.

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