Fiddy, I don't think johnson throwing his helmet is "just" something he did. I think he, the most quiet guy in the locker room and off the field, was making a blanket statement. By refusing to go on the field after he did so, this guy was saying, I'm tired of what I see going on. The playcalling, the execution, the approach, the attitude on the field and maybe in the locker room. Remember, this is a guy that let's his play do the talking, and is not used to loosing, coming from one of the most dominate collegiate teams ever, over a 4 year period. This team desperately needs some emotional leaders, and maybe his antics will spark some. Whenever you see a less emotional guy get emotional, good things can happen!