Philly's Feeley Throws 4 INTs in Seattle Loss
Elsewhere, Minnesota rips Detroit, Carolina crushes San Fran
By Mike Buss,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 2, 2007 6:02 PM CST
Seattle Seahawks' Julian Peterson (59) meets Philadelphia Eagles' Brian Westbrook at the top of the pile to keep him from scoring from the 1-yard-line during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday,...   (Associated Press)
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(Newser) – The Philadelphia Eagles, missing starting QB Donovan McNabb, nearly pulled off a dramatic comeback today after a 64-yard punt return by do-it-all running back Brian Westbrook. But Seattle linebacker Lofa Tatupu intercepted A.J. Feeley for the third time with seconds to go in the game sealing a 28-24 victory at Philadelphia, reports Philly.com. In other NFL action:

  • Rookie Adrian Peterson returned the Vikings' lineup today with 116 yards rushing and two touchdowns as Minnesota hammered the free-falling Lions. Both teams are in the NFC playoff hunt at 6-6.
  • The Carolina Panthers broke an eight-game home losing streak with an easy 31-14 thrashing of the Niners. Vinny Testaverde had two touchdown passes for the winners.