Several former Florida State players performed extremely well during Week 1 of the NFL season on Sunday.

Quarterback Jameis Winston led the Saints to a come-from-behind victory over the Falcons. He finished 23-of-34 for 269 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Here’s a 4th quarter touchdown pass that helped push New Orleans over the top:

Florida State’s most recent first round pick, Jermaine Johnson II, made his NFL debut vs. the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. He made 2 total tackles and recorded the first sack of his professional career.

Here’s Johnson’s sack against former NFL MVP Lamar Jackson:

Former Florida State safety Derwin James also made his presence felt in the Chargers’ win over Las Vegas on Sunday. Here’s a clip of James sacking Raiders quarterback Derek Carr:

James also led the Chargers with 6 tackles. Los Angeles won the game, 24-19.

Running back Dalvin Cook was a big reason why the Vikings pulled off a Week 1 upset over the Packers on Sunday. He rushed the ball 20 times for 90 yards. He also caught 3 passes for 18 yards, clearing 100 yards from scrimmage on the day.

His performance pushed him over 5,000 rushing yards in his career.

Overall, Florida State has 27 players on active NFL rosters this weekend.