PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 2 (UPI) --
Seattle linebacker Lofa Tatupu
had A.J. Feeley's number Sunday, intercepting him three times in the Seahawks' 28-24 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Tatupu's first two interceptions early in the first quarter both led to Seattle touchdowns, while the last came at the Seahawks' own four-yard line in the last minute of the game. Tatupu, the son of former NFL player Mosi Tatupu, was a second-round draft pick in 2005.
Matt Hasselbeck managed two touchdowns on 19-of-34 passing for the Seahawks (8-4), who have now won four straight.
Maurice Morris had a 45-yard touchdown run, and Shaun Alexander ran for 65 yards and one score for Seattle.
Brian Westbrook managed 203 all-purpose yards for the Eagles (5-7), who have been missing Donovan McNabb since he sprained his right ankle against Miami two weeks ago.
Feeley completed 19 of 42 passes for 220 yards, one touchdown and four interceptions for Philadelphia.
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