"I've always felt like a rivalry is solely off of what happens on the field," Johnson said. "I think if it comes down to being an epic game or a tight game the whole game, then you can call it a rivalry. But for me, all the off the field stuff, it's not what makes the rivalry. I think it's more so the players. When you step on the field and say, 'Man, I don't like these guys' or 'I want to beat them,' and I don't think there's any animosity between the players."