Scott's biggest issue? He believes Foles made it seem like he was dealing with a break or a tear as opposed to a bruise.
"Oh, we supposed to have empathy?" said Scott, who played in the NFL for 11 years. "He was crying! There's no crying in football! And, if there's crying, something better be broken! Need to be amputated!"
Scott continued, "He is crying and he got a bone bruise! Drew Brees is talking to [Sean] Payton on the sideline and he got four cracked ribs and a puncture! And, he's talking! And, [Foles] is crying for a hip bruise!? What are we talking about!?"
Scott went even further ... adding, "You hearing everybody, 'Prayers up to Nick Foles.' A bruise?! Man if you don't take some Advil and put some ice and put a girdle on with a hip pad in it, man, get the hell out of here."
For his part, Scott's co-host on the show, ex-NFL star Keyshawn Johnson, tried to defend Nick ... saying the QB was likely just scared given all of the significant injuries that have plagued his career in the past.
But, Scott was having none of it ... calling the injury "a boo-boo" and saying, "He built real different."
Bears coach Matt Nagy has officially described the injury as a strain/bruise to Foles' backside area. The QB is expected to have a chance to start for the team when it comes back from its bye on Nov. 29 against Green Bay.