I didn't see this Dan Caplis link posted elsewhere, so forgive if I missed it. Caplis does a terrific job of calmly stating the evidence. In law, you try to make sure your defendant isn't convicted unfairly. Here, he shows that the charge that Tebow can't throw and can't make NFL adjustments is unsupported by the evidence. Many people say that Tebow's inability is proved by Fox's decision (behind the closed doors of practice) not to play him. That's a lot like saying the defendant is guilty because the grand jury indicted him. A more reliable way to make judgments is to look at the facts in open court. In open court (i.e., during games and preseason games) the evidence says Tebow can play very successfully in the NFL.