Five quarterbacks were selected in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, and four of them (as of this writing) made their pro debuts in Week 1 of the 2021 season.
Trevor Lawrence of the Jacksonville Jaguars, Zach Wilson of the New York Jets, Trey Lance of the San Francisco 49ers, Mac Jones of the New England Patriots and Justin Fields of the Chicago Bears all threw their first pass Sunday.
The three who started -- Lawrence, Wilson and Jones -- all lost.
Here's how each 2021 first-round rookie QB fared in his Week 1 debut.
Mac Jones, Patriots
Result: 17-16 loss vs. Dolphins
Stats: 29-for-39, 281 yards, one TD, zero INT
Jones' first touchdown pass went to Nelson Agholor shortly before halftime.
Jones' accuracy really showed on this third-down toss to James White.
Trevor Lawrence, Jaguars
Result: 37-21 loss at Texans
Stats: 28-for-51, 332 yards, three TD, three INT
Lawrence displayed some impressive accuracy on this long completion.
His first career touchdown pass came early in the second quarter.
Trey Lance, 49ers
Result: 41-33 win at Lions
Stats: 1-for-1, five yards, one TD, zero INTO
Lance's first touchdown pass came on the very first throw of his pro career. It was the only pass he threw the entire game. He also ran the ball three times for two yards.
Zach Wilson, Jets
Result: 19-14 loss at Panthers
Stats: 20-for-37, 258 yards, two TD, one INT
It took almost three quarters for Wilson to find the end zone for his first touchdown pass.
Wilson and Davis connected again late in the fourth quarter for New York's second touchdown.
Justin Fields, Bears
Result: 34-14 loss at Rams
Stats: 2-for-2, 10 yards, zero TD, zero INT; three rushing yards, one TD
Fields' first career touchdown came on a running play in the third quarter.