PHILADELPHIA – By the time Donovan McNabb comes back, the Philadelphia Eagles might be playing for pride only.

Lofa Tatupu set up Seattle’s first two touchdowns by intercepting A.J. Feeley twice in the first quarter, and he sealed a 28-24 victory with another pick at the Seahawks 4 in the final minute Sunday.

Maurice Morris had a 45-yard touchdown run, Matt Hasselbeck threw for two scores and Shaun Alexander had 65 yards rushing and one TD after missing three games with a sprained knee.

The NFC West-leading Seahawks improved to 8-4. Philadelphia fell to 5-7, and its playoff hopes are in jeopardy.

Playing their second straight game without the injured McNabb, the Eagles didn’t have problems moving the ball on a cold, rainy day. But Feeley’s interceptions cost Philadelphia again.

McNabb hasn’t played since spraining his right ankle and injuring his thumb in a win over Miami two weeks ago. Led by Jeff Garcia, the Eagles went 5-1 and won the NFC East after McNabb went down with a knee injury last year. But Philly is 0-2 without its five-time Pro Bowl quarterback this season.

AP-ES-12-02-07 1614EST


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