VIDEO: Conan O'Brien's Parody Of 'St. Elmo's Fire' With Rob Gronkowski, Others

Last Saturday night, The New England Patriots effectively put an end to Tim Tebow mania as they defeated his Denver Broncos by a score of 45-10. Now that it's all over, we can laugh about it? Well, that's what late night T.V. host Conan O'Brien made us do.

On his late night show "Conan", O'Brien held a segment in which he showed a new version of the classic John Parr hit song "St. Elmo's Fire" in which the title of the song was changed to "Tim Tebow's Fire". Once the Broncos were down big at halftime, O'Brien said Parr "changed teams" and rewrote the song some more.

Below is the full video from Conan featuring songs about tight end Rob Gronkowski, punter Zoltan Mesko and assistant strength and conditioning coach Moses Cabrera. Just trust me on this one.

Check it out after the jump

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