Comstock Resources' chief financial officer said the company has "hit the jackpot" as the price of gas soared due the winter storms that have battered the U.S.
Everything's bigger in Texas, so they say. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says attendance at his stadium breaks pandemic world records. If there's such a thing.
With the way things are unfolding on the NFL's final Sunday of regular season, it's like 2020 never ended.
Of the 14 total playoff spots available, only seven have been claimed so far. Once a team makes the playoffs, anything can happen—especially in 2020.
Dallas lost 34-17 in Baltimore on Tuesday, slipping to 3-9 for the season and rock-bottom of the NFC East.
What in the world of Jerry Jones and the NFL is going on? Bryant was pulled from the field for a test during warm-ups, and he didn't return. Now Bryant is promoting his own business.
Baltimore hosts Dallas in a rescheduled Thursday Night Football matchup, with the Ravens looking to improve to 7-5.
The reigning NFL MVP is in line to play his first game since November 22 as the Ravens look to get back into the playoffs race.
Following their 41-16 shellacking at the hands of the Washington Football Team, the Cowboys have allowed 20 or more points in 11 consecutive games.
The Detroit Lions host the Houston Texans in the first of two games on Turkey Day, before the Dallas Cowboys welcome the Washington Football Team.
The Detroit Lions play their 81st game on the holiday as they host the Houston Texans, while the Dallas Cowboys welcome NFC East rivals Washington Football Team.
America's biggest annual celebration and football have long been intertwined before the NFL was established and the tradition continues this year.
O.J. Simpson still holds one Thanksgiving Day record by running backs, even though most of NFL's Thanksgiving Day records are held by Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions.
Kane Brown will perform at the Dallas Cowboys halftime show, bringing attention to a cause close to his heart: the Red Kettle Campaign.
All four NFC East teams have 3 wins apiece. Even if one of them won their last 6 games, that team would still make this list of teams with bad records going into the playoffs. One of these "bad record" teams won a Super Bowl.
The Cowboys are 3-7 but a favorable schedule could help them overtake the Eagles atop the NFC East and reach the postseason.
A banner by Rural America 2020 tries to appeal to Philadelphia voters' loyalty to their local football team.
The NFC East has a combined record of 8-21-1 and is the only division in which each team has a losing record this season.
Both quarterbacks endured a night to forget, combining for just two touchdowns and six turnovers as the Eagles edged the Cowboys.
The rookie quarterback endured a debut to forget, completing just over 50 percent of his passes with two fumbles and four sacks.
The NFC East has a cumulative 5-18-1 record through six weeks and is on track to overtake the 2008 NFC West for the worst divisional record since the 2002 realignment.
The Cowboys are 6-19 when starting backup quarterbacks in the last 10 years and lost 38-10 against the Arizona Cardinals on Monday Night Football.
The Dallas Cowboys running back fumbled twice on Monday Night Football, with both turnovers leading to the Arizona Cardinals scoring a touchdown.
The Cowboys were humbled at home, losing 38-10 to the Arizona Cardinals on Monday Night Football as they slipped to 2-4 for the season.
Sports teams might actually be cursed in The Peach State. Maybe the devil really did go down to Georgia—in the name of the Crimson Tide, Los Angeles Dodgers and, well, that Falcons 28-3 blown Super Bowl lead still comes to mind.
"Gosh, what a heartbreaking injury for #Dak" is just one of many supportive tweets for Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, who suffered multiple breaks in his ankle Sunday.
Prescott was injured while scrambling on a first down during the third quarter against the New York Giants. Prescott caught a touchdown pass earlier in the game.
Montana, Manning, Favre, Unitas, Mahomes, Brees, Lamar Jackson, or any other quarterback in NFL history, has done what Russell Wilson has already done this year.
Watch: The Cowboys perfectly executed this peculiar onside kick that looked like it was in slow motion, even in real-time. It led to an improbable win for Dallas, and a heartbreaking loss for the Atlanta Falcons.
A new era begins for both teams, with Mike McCarthy taking charge of his first game as Cowboys head coach, while the Rams move into SoFi Stadium.