Here are our grades for the Eagles' 28-24 loss to Seattle:

RUN OFFENSE

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.

Grade: C

PASS OFFENSE

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)

RUN DEFENSE

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.

Grade: D-minus

PASS DEFENSE

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.

Grade: C-minus

SPECIAL TEAMS

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.

Grade: B-minus

OVERALL

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.

Grade: D