Travis Kelce has his eyes on the prize.

The Chiefs and Ravens are competing for a spot in the 2024 Super Bowl, which takes place on Feb. 11 in Las Vegas.

Just before kickoff of the AFC Championship game in Baltimore on Sunday, the Chiefs tight end, 34, was spotted on the field for warmups with quarterback Patrick Mahomes, right near Ravens kicker Justin Tucker who had set up on the Chiefs side of the field.

NFL Network correspondent James Palmer shared a video of the scene on X (formerly Twitter) and reported that Kelce “told” Tucker that he “needed to move” so that Mahomes could warm up.

Tucker didn’t, “so Kelce kicked his ball away and threw his helmet,” Palmer said.

After that, Mahomes and Tucker were apparently “going at it” during warmups. “Mahomes keeps kicking Tucker’s holder away,” Palmer wrote in a post.

Shortly after, several users on the app pointed out that Tucker was on the Chiefs side of the field during the tense pre-game moment.

Sports writer Al Scott replied to Palmer’s post, writing, “There’s absolutely zero reason Tucker needed to do his stretches right there. I’m not sure why people are acting like he’s a victim.”

Another user wrote, “I mean yeah if my quarterback is right there you’re gonna have to move. You’re not gonna sit directly in front of him and stretch. Nah. This is mind games both ways. Tucker knows what he’s doing.”