One of the best (and worst) parts of living in 2017 is the ability to see a reaction from millions of people at the same time, thanks to social media. The NFL is no stranger to its fans reacting online and it was no different during the first week of the 2017 regular season.

So whose NFL-related chirping made the cut for the best of Week 1?

Cole Beasley doesn’t need eyes to catch a football

During his game against the Odell Beckham-less New York Giants on Sunday night, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley provided viewers with a crazy behind-the-back catch that some say even rivaled Beckham’s epic reception from 2015.

Rookies can catch too, Mr. Beasley

Before jaws were dropped by the Cowboys receiver on Sunday night, Detroit Lions rookie pass catcher Kenny Golladay introduced himself to NFL fans with his own amazing catch against the Arizona Cardinals earlier in the day.

David Johnson injures his wrist and the hearts of his fantasy owners

During a game against the Lions in which he was already having an unimpressive performance, Johnson’s day got worse when he left the matchup with a wrist injury. The running back is expected to miss a good amount of time this season and a majority of his fantasy owners have already gone into hiding.

Jeremy Lane gets ejected for a punch no one saw

Early in the matchup between Seattle and Green Bay, Seahawks corner Jeremy Lane and Packers receiver Davante Adams got into a bit of tussle. It resulted in Lane being ejected from the game for allegedly throwing a punch. However, no one has seemed to find any video of this supposed punch.

Jurrell Casey gets introduced to Beast Mode

As a 300-pound defensive lineman, it takes a lot to get Jurrell Casey of the Tennessee Titans off of his feet. Well, that was until he was introduced to the second coming of Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch.

Tarik Cohen runs like a wild bear

Rookie running back Tarik Cohen will likely be one of the few bright spots for the Chicago Bears in 2017. And if he can continue to perform like he did on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons, Cohen could quickly become a fan favorite in Chicago this year.

The Jaguars just kept sacking, and sacking, and sacking

A team finishing their game with double-digit sacks is not a commodity in the NFL. So when the Jacksonville Jaguars continuously pounded the Houston Texans’ quarterbacks into the ground on Sunday, there were obvious jokes to be made.

Sergio Dipp forgot how to sideline report

In his debut as an ESPN sideline reporter for their Monday night game between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Denver Broncos, Sergio Dipp did not exactly break a leg with his introduction to the NFL world.

About Adam Patrick

Adam has been covering the NFL for the last five years and his work has been published by a number of sports-related websites you may or may not have heard of including USA TODAY, SB Nation, and FanSided. In addition to writing for The Comeback, Adam is also the Co-Editor of The Viking Age. If you want to make him laugh, he's always in the mood for a good Manti Te'o joke.