Here are our grades for the Eagles' 28-24 loss to Seattle:
Brian Westbrook opened the second half with 8- and 29-yard runs, then was muzzled by both the Seahawks and his own offensive coordinator, Marty Mornhinweg. He had just seven carries for 18 yards in the final 26 1/2 minutes. O-line came up small at the end of the first half when the Eagles failed to punch it in from the 1.
A.J. Feeley threw four of the worst interceptions you're ever going to see, including two that set up first-half Seahawk touchdowns and another with 14 seconds left that shot dead a comeback chance. In his two starts, he has averaged an interception every 12 attempts.
Grade: F (only because there's nothing lower)
Cornerback Sheldon Brown still is looking for the jock he got faked out of on Maurice Morris' 45-yard, third-quarter touchdown run. End Trent Cole and corner Will James both got caught inside on Shaun Alexander's first-quarter touchdown run around left end.
Eagles gave up two TD passes, including a 43-yard catch-and-run to Nate Burleson, who badly embarrassed corner Lito Sheppard. Linebackers Omar Gaither and Takeo Spikes both dropped interceptions.
Brian Westbrook almost saved the game with a late, 64-yard punt return, but A.J. Feeley's fourth interception negated it. Eagles gave up a 36-yard punt return to Nate Burleson that set up a second-quarter TD. David Akers missed a 48-yard field goal attempt.
Four more costly giveaways. Three more opportunities for takeaways that they let go up in smoke. Bad tackling. Inability to punch the ball in from the 1-yard line. And curious play-calling that saw Brian Westbrook get just seven rushing attempts on the final eight possessions.