MINNEAPOLIS -- Michael Boulware intercepted a pass by Randy Moss in the end zone just before the two-minute warning, allowing the Seattle Seahawks to hang on for a wild 27-23 win over the Minnesota Vikings yesterday.
Matt Hasselbeck's three first-half TD passes proved to be enough for Seattle (7-6), which came away with a crucial win for its playoff chances in the diluted NFC.
Meanwhile, Minnesota (7-6) lost for the fifth time in seven games -- and watched its own playoff plans take a hit.
Moss, who caught four passes for 104 yards and a touchdown, rolled right after a handoff from Daunte Culpepper, firing into the back of the end zone, where Marcus Robinson was covered by two Seahawks. Shaun Alexander ran 27 times for 112 yards to go with a touchdown reception for the Seahawks.