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Seahawks...28 Eagles...24

December 03, 2007|From the Associated Press

PHILADELPHIA -- Lofa Tatupu set up Seattle's first two touchdowns by intercepting two passes in the first quarter, and he secured the team's 28-24 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles with another pick at the Seahawks' four-yard line in the final minute.

Maurice Morris had a 45-yard touchdown run, Matt Hasselbeck threw for two touchdowns and Shaun Alexander had 65 yards rushing and one touchdown for the Seahawks (8-4) after sitting out three games because of a sprained knee.

The Eagles (5-7) played their second game in a row without injured quarterback Donovan McNabb. His replacement, A.J. Feeley, had four passes intercepted.

Brian Westbrook's 64-yard punt return put the ball at Seattle's 14 with under two minutes left, but Feeley threw his fourth interception on third down. He finished 19 for 42 for 220 yards.

Tatupu returned his first interception 33 yards to the Eagles 18, and Seattle went ahead, 7-0, on a two-yard run by Alexander.

Quoteworthy: "Tatupu had one of the great games I've ever seen a linebacker have." -- Mike Holmgren, Seahawks coach

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