SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) -- Matt Hasselbeck threw two interceptions but also had two touchdown passes Sunday as the Seattle Seahawks beat Baltimore 27-6.
Hasselbeck's scores gave him a career-high 27 TD throws this season. One went to running back Shaun Alexander, on a screen pass of 14 yards. That gave Seattle a 21-0 lead late in the first half. Alexander gained 73 yards on 13 carries in his biggest rushing day since Week 4 of the season. Alexander had averaged just 42 yards in his previous eight games.
The victory improves the Seahawks' record to 10-5, and clinches them the No. 3 seed in the NFC playoffs. Baltimore was missing nine-time Pro Bowl linebacker Ray Lewis, Pro Bowl defensive end Trevor Pryce and both starting cornerbacks.
Bobby Engram had five catches for 69 yards for Seattle to break Darrell Jackson's team record for receptions from the 2004 season. Engram has 90.