The Cleveland Browns had to wait five weeks for No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett to be healthy enough to take his first NFL snap, but the former Texas A&M star was well worth the wait.

The defensive end made an immediate impact in Sunday’s game against the New York Jets.

As you can see below, Garrett immediately bursts through the offensive line and plants the Jets’ quarterback in the turf for a sack:

Unsurprisingly, the Jets and Browns are scoreless early in the second quarter as Cleveland searches for its first victory of the season.

With Garrett making a big impact already, things are certainly looking up in Cleveland for the first time in a long time.