SEATTLE (AP) — During his time playing in San Francisco, Michael Robinson said the mention of the Seattle Seahawks came with a label no NFL team wants to have.

Marshawn Lynch is certainly doing his part to help the Seahawks shed that image.

Seattle’s hard-charging running back bulled through Philadelphia for 148 yards and a pair of first-half touchdowns, David Hawthorne returned the third of Vince Young’s four interceptions 77 yards for a score, and the Seahawks rolled to a 31-14 victory Thursday that added to the Eagles’ miserable season.

Lynch ran into and escaped from a massive pileup for a 15-yard TD run in the first quarter, then made a quick cut and went back against the flow for a 40- yard scoring dash on the first play of the second quarter to give the Seahawks (5-7) a 14-0 lead.

His first-quarter, escape-act touchdown against Philadelphia (4-8) gave Lynch eight straight games with at least one score and added a highlight reminiscent of his famous tackle-breaking, 67- yard TD run in last year’s NFC playoffs against New Orleans.

Golden Tate’s 11-yard, toetapping touchdown grab along the back edge of the end zone in the third quarter on a pass from Tarvaris Jackson pushed Seattle’s cushion to 17. Jackson finished 13 of 16 for 190 yards and the one TD pass.

But the Seahawks’ third victory in their last four games wasn’t secured until Hawthorne stepped in front of a swing pass intended for LeSean McCoy and raced untouched in the other direction with 4: 24 left. It was Hawthorne’s third interception of the season.

Making his third straight start in place of Michael Vick, out with two broken ribs, Young threw a career high four interceptions.

Young’s first pass of the night was an awful interception thrown right to Seattle safety Kam Chancellor and nowhere near an Eagles receiver. Young was intercepted in the third quarter as well when a perfect pass deflected off the hands of Riley Cooper and into the hands of cornerback Brandon Browner. Both turnovers led to Seattle touchdowns.

Then came a pass for McCoy when Young clearly didn’t see Hawthorne, ruining the Eagles’ last chance to rally. Seattle safety Earl Thomas jumped Young’s primary target and by the time he came back to McCoy, Hawthorne was ready for the pass.