Looks like Cam Newton's legs still work.
The Patriots quarterback found the end zone early in the second quarter of his New England debut, cruising for a 4-yard touchdown on a designed run to the right side against the Miami Dolphins at Gillette Stadium.
Newton's score was the 59th rushing touchdown of his career, which is the most by a quarterback in NFL history.
The QB followed the TD with a great celebration, too, paying homage to late "Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman with a "Wakanda Forever" salute before unleashing a massive spike that Rob Gronkowski would be proud of.
Newton's easy TD run also gave Newton 26 rushing yards on just four attempts at the time, as the 31-year-old QB rumbled for a 17-yard gain on his first rush as a Patriot.
It's safe to say this offense will look very different than it has for the last two decades with Tom Brady under center.
UPDATE (2:40 p.m. ET): Newton is off and running in New England.
The Patriots QB added a second rushing touchdown in the third quarter with this 11-yard dash to the right pylon:
This is Newton's seventh regular season game with at least two rushing TDs.