PHILADELPHIA - Lofa Tatupu, Maurice Morris and Matt Hasselbeck led the Seattle Seahawks to a 28-24 win at Philadelphia Sunday. Tatupu set up the Seahawks' first two touchdowns by intercepting A.J. Feeley twice in the first quarter. He iced the victory by picking off Feeley at the Seattle four-yard line in the final minute.
The Eagles led 24-21 after Michael Westbrook ran 29 yards for a touchdown early in the second half. But Morris followed with a 45-yard scoring run that put the Seahawks ahead to stay.
Hasselbeck was 19-of-34 for 187 yards and two TDs as the Seahawks improved to 8-and-4. Shaun Alexander had 65 rushing yards and a touchdown after missing three games with a sprained knee.
The Eagles fell to 5-7 despite Westbrook, who ran for 93 yards and caught seven passes for another 46 yards. Westbrook's 64-yard punt return put the ball at Seattle's 14 with under two minutes left. But Feeley snuffed out the drive with his third interception of the day.