Uh-oh? Giants quarterback Eli Manning will be getting an MRI on his swollen and sore foot. It was a non-contact injury; the Daily News says it occurred during the 4th quarter of the Giants' 4th victory this season, when he "planted his right leg, then hopped, then completed his throw, and immediately dropped to the ground." Manning said, "I don't think it's nothing to be worried about. It will be getting rid of the soreness," and was getting ice and stim treatment for it. Still, his status for Sunday's game against the Raiders depends on how fast it heels.