Johnny Manziel finally got his first significant NFL action for the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, and he cashed in quickly to score his first career touchdown.

The former Texas A&M quarterback took over for starter Brian Hoyer early in the fourth quarter with the Browns down 20-3 to the Buffalo Bills. He completed 3-of-4 passes for 54 yards on his first drive to get the Browns to the 10-yard line. On second-and-8, Manziel took a shotgun snap and sprinted up the middle, diving into the end zone for his first NFL touchdown.

After the score, Manziel did his customary money sign celebration  in the end zone. Browns hope this will be the first of many money celebrations they see from the former Heisman winner.