RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Seattle offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer has moved upstairs to the press box to call the Seahawks’ offense from there this season. The idea came from coach Pete Carroll, who found great benefit from seeing the game from higher up when he went to San Francisco as a defensive coordinator in the 1990s. The move may be paying off. The Seahawks have scored 38 and 35 points in their first two games. Russell Wilson has nine TD passes and Seattle’s offense is averaging more than 400 yards per game going into Sunday’s game against Dallas.