Former NFL linebacker Bart Scott had some harsh words for Bears QB Nick Foles.
On Monday night, Foles was carted off the field after landing awkwardly in his game against the Minnesota Vikings.
Here's the play, with 34 seconds left in the game: Nick Foles gets slammed to the ground and had to be carted off. pic.twitter.com/1WLHoTAP4A
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Nick Foles now with an injury pray for Nick Foles pic.twitter.com/aNFyJ3ry6n
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While it initially looked like a serious injury, Foles only suffered a hip and glue injury and was day-to-day to play.
Bears’ HC Matt Nagy said Nick Foles’ hip and glute injury “isn't as bad as we once thought. Bears are on a bye and Foles will be day to day.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 17, 2020
Scott went on the Keyshaw, JWill & Zubin show on ESPN Radio on Wednesday morning and blasted Foles for crying and being overly dramatic over a hip pointer/bone bruise.
Bart Scott calls Nick Foles soft for crying over a bone bruise pic.twitter.com/9WyZvmQR3q
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“Oh, we’re supposed to have empathy?” “The man looked like he was crying. There’s no crying in football! And if there’s crying, something better be broken and need to be amputated.”
He got a bruise,” Bart Scott said. “The man looked like he was crying. You know who Nick Foles is, he is that dude screaming I’m drowning I’m drowning and somebody says hey stand up. Oh, all I had to do was stand up. He got a boo-boo.”