(SEATTLE) -- Things just keep getting worse for the Philadelphia Eagles. A team that had such high expectations from themselves, the fans, and media heading into the season, is now just 4-8 afer their 31-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
It was bad from the start for the Eagles, as quarterback Vince Young threw an interception on his very first pass of the game. Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch ran all over the Eagles' defense, as he rushed for 148 yards and two touchdowns.
Meanwhile, it was another ugly game for Young, who made his third straight start in place of the injured Michael Vick. Young threw a career high four interceptions, and has 8 interceptions in those three starts.
"This has been happening since the beginning of the season, there's nothing really to say," Eagles running back LeSean McCoy said following the loss. "Each time we lose it always lack of concentration, penalties, turnovers, and I could really go on forever."
With the loss, the Eagles clinched just their fourth non-winning season in the 13 years under head coach Andy Reid.
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