SEATTLE, Dec. 8 (UPI) -- A.J. Feeley passed for two touchdowns and the Philadelphia Eagles remained unbeaten against NFC opponents Sunday with a 27-20 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.
Philadelphia (10-3) improved to 3-0 since quarterback Donovan McNabb went down with a fractured ankle. The Eagles moved within one victory of cliching their second straight NFC East title. Philadelphia is tied with tampa for the NFL's best record.
"We're not a one-player team like a lot of people say. Our character is shining through," Feeley said.
"We're fighting and it feels good to win on the West Coast twice in three weeks," Eagles running back Duce Staley said. "The confidence we're building continues to carry over from practice and week to week."
A third-stringer who was released earlier this season, Feeley has won both of his starts since replacing injured backup Koy Detmer.
On Sunday, Feeley had touchdown passes of six yards to James Thrash and 20 yards to Todd Pinkston, helping the Eagles improve to 9-0 within the conference.
Matt Hasselbeck passed for two touchdowns, but was intercepted three times and sacked four times for the Seahawks (4-9).
"The defense is doing a nice job," Reid said. "They've done it all year. We continue to have the turnovers and pressure the quarterback."
Coming off emotional wins over San Francisco and St. Louis in the last two weeks, the Eagles were flat at the start of this contest.
Hasselbeck engineered scoring drives on the Seahawks' first two possessions that resulted in field goals of 34 and 43 yards by Rian Lindell.
But Feeley got going on his club's second offensive possession, leading a nine-play, 55-yard drive. He converted a pair of third downs on the drive with completions to running back Dorsey Levens and Pinkston.
Feeley capped the drive with a six-yard touchdown pass to Thrash, who made the catch over backup cornerback Harold Blackmon with 13 seconds left in the first quarter.
"It was actually a run. I saw the safety creep up," Feeley said. "I checked out and threw to James. He waited longer than he had to, but still made the play."
Bringing a variety of blitzes, the Eagles forced Hasselbeck into his first mistake on the next play from scrimmage when he was intercepted by cornerback Bobby Taylor on a long pass at the Philadelphia 25.
Taylor, who returned a pick for a touchdown in last week's win, got Hasselbeck again on the next possession, stepping in front of a pass intended for Darrell Jackson and returning the ball 17 yards to the Seattle 38. Taylor suffered a concussion on the play and did not return.
Hasselbeck completed 24 of 45 passes for 223 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions.
Two plays after the miscue, Duce Staley ran a counter to the left and scored on a 21-yard touchdown, giving the Eagles a 14-6 lead with 8:59 left in the first half.
"We've been working on that play all week," Staley said. "The key is getting good downfield blocking and then I just broke to the corner."
Staley carried 21 times for 100 yards against the NFL's worst run defense. It was his fifth 100-yard game of the season.
The mistakes continued for the Seahawks, but this time it was a breakdown on special teams.
Punting in his own territory, former Eagle Jeff Feagles watched N.D. Kalu come unblocked up the middle and was tackled at the 35.
Philadelphia converted that mistake into a 33-yard field goal by David Akers with four minutes to play before intermission.
"The turnovers were the difference today," Holmgren said. "We had three interceptions and then the special teams turnover and that was it. It's another tough loss, but again, we can't seem to overcome early mistakes."
Another big play on special teams helped the Eagles extend the lead before the half when Brian Mitchell returned a punt 16 yards to his own 45.
Feeley had a 19-yard pass to tight end Chad Lewis to the Seattle 45 and Staley had runs of 12 and 11 yards. Akers converted from 40 yards with eight seconds left in the half, making it 20-6.
Feeley completed 21 of 35 for 190 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.
After their defense held on the opening possession of the third quarter, the Eagles extended the lead to 27-6 on Feeley's 20-yard pass to Pinkston down the right sideline. Pinkston had seven catches for 88 yards.
"It was just a fade route," Feeley said. "Todd sold the DB (Blackmon) on the inside route, then broke to the corner."
"A.J. stepped up and stayed aggressive with the pass game," Reid said. "He's doing a nice job of managing the game. Obviously the guys have some confidence in him."
Hasselbeck tried to rally the Seahawks, throwing an eight-yard touchdown pass to Koren Robinson with 2:04 left in the third quarter.
After a 58-yard run by Shaun Alexander, the Seahawks had a a chance to get closer on their first possession of the fourth quarter. But on fourth and two from the Philadelphia 15, Hasselbeck rolled his right and threw incomplete, looking for rookie tight end Jerramy Stevens.
Hasselbeck found Stevens with an 11-yard touchdown with 45 seconds remaining, but the Eagles recovered the onside kick to seal the victory.