11:10 PM CDT on Thursday, September 23, 2010 [SIZE=-1]SportsDayDFW.com[/SIZE] Dallas Morning News writer Rick Gosselin was interviewed on KTCK-FM radio on Thursday to discuss the Cowboys and the issues they’re facing as they prepare for the Houston Texans. Here are some highlights: Out of the entire NFL, which team would you pick as the most disappointing? Cowboys. I picked the Cowboys to go to the Super Bowl. And for them to start out 0-2 and going to Houston, I mean, you’re probably looking at 0-3. You know, I thought the schedule was so tough that 11-5 would have been a great season. The Cowboys, however, could not give away the W’s and they have already given away two of the W’s that people have penciled in. It’s going to be very, very tough. I think the best they can possibly do right now is 10-6 and I don’t know if that’s good enough. If you had to pick the biggest reason the Cowboys are struggling right now, what would it be? I watched this team beat up on New Orleans back in December and this is roughly the same team. There’s talent on this team. There’s talent on this team to win the division and contend for Super Bowls in January. I think coaching is a big part of the problem right now…across the board. I think they got out-coached the first week and I think they’re going to be out-coached on a regular basis. This is a talented football that’s not playing up to par. More Goose blurbs: http://www.**************/sharedcon...s/092410dnspogosselininterview.123037cac.html To listen to the interview, click here.