Former New York Jets/Baltimore Ravens linebacker Bart Scott went viral on Thursday for suggesting that Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen should pop a Viagra on Saturday before taking on the New England Patriots.

Scott made the suggestion because the high for Buffalo on Saturday is around 10 degrees. The thought is that the Viagra would increase blood flow and help keep Allen warm in the extreme cold temps.

On Friday, Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy was asked if he had ever taken a Viagra to stay warm on the sidelines.

McCarthy said not only has he never taken a Viagra to stay warm, but he also has never heard of a player doing it, either.

Check out McCarthy’s response — including a tremendous Viagra-related pun at the end.

Maybe this is something that players don’t tell coaches about. If that’s the case, then Scott blew the secret for everyone by talking about it on national television.

Or maybe McCarthy just doesn’t want to admit it. Either way, it’s a bizarre solution to the cold weather that somehow makes sense.

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