NFL Week 1: Here are the plays and moments everybody will be talking about

The NFL is back and the first Sunday of the season is now in the books.

As usual, the games included controversial moments, incredible plays, bloopers, and poor defensive backs getting run over.

Below we take a look at the big plays and moments that everybody will be talking about.

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Fans hold towels depicting NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wearing a clown nose during the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on September 7, 2017 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

The Houston Texans played their first game in Houston since Hurricane Harvey and JJ Watt, who helped raise over $30 million for relief efforts, had an emotional entrance.

The Tennessee Titans tried an onside kick to start the season, and it failed. 

READ MORE: The Titans tried an onside kick on the opening play of the season — and it failed miserably

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The Browns season got off to an even worse start as they fell behind 7-0 in the first 2.5 minutes when their offense went 3-and-out and then had a punt blocked.

(Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

Carson Wentz's first touchdown of the season was incredible as he eluded two sacks and eventually hit Nelson Agholor.

The Steelers are wearing a patch in honor of Dan Rooney who died earlier this year.

(Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

In lieu of protesting the anthem, Browns players ran on to the field along with military and police personnel and stood arm-in-arm with them. Several players participated in a video message pleading for social justice and equality.

(Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Michael Bennett sat during the anthem prior to the Seahawks game.

(Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

The New York Jets made a nice play early against Buffalo Bills and then messed it up when they tackled their own player.

(Photo by Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports via Reuters)

Eagles cornerback Jalen Mills had green hair.

(Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

It didn't take long for the Houston Texans to bench starting quarterback Tom Savage. The team turned to rookie Deshaun Watson to start the second half and the crowd cheered.

(Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)

A couple of NFL teams had trouble filling their stadiums on opening weekend, including the 49ers.

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And the Los Angeles Rams.

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Atlanta Falcons tight end Austin Hooper only had 2 catches, but he made them count, gaining 128 yards, including an 85-yard touchdown. He also slammed two defenders into the ground along the way.

(Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)

Adoree' Jackson showed off his hurdling abilities on a kick return against the Raiders.

Members of the Nashville Predators were on hand to cheer on the Titans and they brought catfish with them.

(Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)

Kenny Golladay went full extension to catch this touchdown pass from Matthew Stafford.

The Cowboys' Taco Charlton had a fighting taco on his cleats for "Sunday Night Football."

When the Oakland Raiders were trying to run out the clock in their win, Marshawn Lynch went full-Beast Mode and ran over the 300-pound Jurrell Casey.

(Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images) )

The most controversial play of the day came when Kirk Cousins fumbled and the Eagles returned it for a game-clinching touchdown. Many, including players on both teams, thought it should have been overturned on replay, but the call was upheld.

READ MORE: The Eagles beat the Redskins thanks to a controversial replay review that surprised players on both sides

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Jordan Howard dropped a potential game-winning touchdown in the closing seconds of the Chicago Bears' loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

(Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

No suspension yet for Ezekiel Elliott, so he and his abs were dressed and played against the Giants on Sunday night.

(Photo by Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports via Reuters)
Sep 10, 2017; Arlington, TX, USA; New York Giants injured receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (13) on the field prior to the game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

We are still trying to figure out how Cole Beasley caught this pass with his back.

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