After he was drafted, Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen swore revenge on the nine teams that passed on him – specifically, one would assume, the Browns, Bills and Jets, who all took a different quarterback.

(Rosen confirmed that he’s still carrying a chip on his shoulder, by the way.)

Rosen won’t get his first chance to show them what they’re missing until Saturday night, but two of the quarterbacks taken ahead of the UCLA product took the field Thursday night. 

Here’s a look at how they fared:

Baker Mayfield

The No. 1 overall pick put on an impressive show for the Cleveland Browns. He finished his night 11-of-20 passing for 212 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions, including this long touchdown to fellow rookie Antonio Callaway:

Mayfield also showed his ability to make plays with his feet, scrambling to the sticks for a third-down conversion:

Mayfield will look to keep it going on Aug. 17 against the Buffalo Bills, which brings us to …

Josh Allen

Allen, for whom the Bills traded up to the No. 7 pick to select, did not see any action until the second half, and the results were uneven.

On a fourth-down play inside the red zone, Allen looked very much like a project QB with a wild run before throwing it away, resulting in a turnover on downs:

He did, however, show off the strong arm that NFL scouts fell in love with:

Allen finished 9-of-19 passing for 116 yards with the late touchdown pass and no interceptions.

Sam Darnold, the No. 3 overall pick to the New York Jets, will play on Friday night.