When rookie Mac Jones was named starting quarterback for the New England Patriots on Tuesday following the release of Cam Newton, it made 3 former Alabama QBs that will be Week 1 starters for their respective NFL teams this year.

Jones isn’t even the only ex-Tide signal-caller in the AFC East, either. In Florida, Tua Tagovailoa is headed into his 2nd season with the Miami Dolphins and will look to lead his team to the playoffs for the first time since 2016. Of course, former Tide offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Brian Daboll resides in the AFC East, too, leading the offense of the Buffalo Bills.

Meanwhile, in the NFC East, Jalen Hurts—coached by Daboll in 2017—heads into his own sophomore campaign with the Philadelphia Eagles after he was officially named the team’s starter on Tuesday.

And all 3 had tremendous success at Alabama, success that Nick Saban hopes carries over to the professional ranks.

“[I’m] happy to see that they’re getting an opportunity to play and start at the next level,” Saban said, according to the Tuscaloosa News. I never really had any issue thinking they would not have successful NFL careers. Now they have the opportunity to show how successful they can be.”

Meanwhile, Bama fans won’t need to wait to see Tagovailoa and Jones—the last 2 Crimson Tide starting quarterbacks—face off against each other: the Dolphins visit the Patriots in Week 1. Hurts and the Eagles travel to Atlanta to take on the Falcons at a venue he’s all too familiar with: Mercedes-Benz Stadium.