Conan O’Brien Makes Peanut Tebow in Awesome ‘Replay’ Spoof (VIDEO)

Tim Tebow PeanutNo one can stop talking about Tim Tebow. He's everywhere. So, naturally, Conan O'Brien had to jump on the wagon with a Tebowing spoof of his own. And it's a really good one.

As a Pittsburgh Steelers fan, I'd much rather watch this peanut version of Tebow's overtime-winning touchdown throw (making NFL history and all that, blah blah blah, oh, the torture) than the actual game. Not only is it funnier, it's a heck of a lot cheaper than buying the highlights from the NFL, according to O'Brien. The Steelers are out, and the Denver Broncos are in, because God made it so, and now the Steelers will pay the ultimate price.

As you'll soon see, even God (well, His Hand) and Satan make a cameo. You have to watch it to believe it.

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Watch Conan O'Brien's Tim Tebow peanut spoof:

Even though you couldn't see the Hand of God coming down and guiding that football into the hands of Demaryius Thomas during the actual game, it sure seemed like that was really happening while watching this stunning, dare I say, "miraculous" upset.

And yes, Team Coco made a peanut strike a Tebow pose, finding the perfectly shaped peanut, giving the little guy some wiry arms and legs, and letting him take a knee while the angels sang and rejoiced! Ah, the perfect picture of good triumphing over evil!

Speaking of evil: After the game, a peanut-y Satan with all of his peanut-y minions leads the peanut-y Steelers team into an eternal fiery pit as punishment, even though said pit kind of looks like a hallowed-out cake. With God and His Son getting so much credit for this win, it was nice that O'Brien showed you exactly what happened to the doomed losers.

So maybe we should start hoping that Tebow and the Broncos keep on winning when they take on the New England Patriots this Saturday night. That way, these kinds of spoofs will keep on coming and keep this football fan entertained during her team's off-season that started way too early. But I can't give my team too much grief. How can any team defend a pass against God Himself?

What do you think of Conan O'Brien's peanut spoof on Tebow's historic play?

 

Image via Team Coco

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