Seeing Tom Brady score touchdowns isn’t really something all that noteworthy. But seeing the six-time Super Bowl champion getting to the end zone in something other than a New England Patriots jersey is new.

On Sunday, Brady took his first game snaps as the quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as the team battled division rival New Orleans in the season opener. In true Brady fashion, the Bucs scored on their first possession of the game.

That touchdown came on a 2-yard quarterback keeper, giving Tampa Bay an early 7-0 lead. Below is the clip of Brady’s first touchdown with the Buccaneers:

For good measure, Brady spiked the football hard into the turf after crossing the goal line.

On that drive, Brady also completed all 3 pass attempts for 45 yards.

After spending 20 seasons with New England, appearing in 9 Super Bowls and winning six of them, Brady opted for a change of scenery before closing out his career. It’s a long season, but he’s off to a good start with his new team.