Last night's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon featured Tebowie, a bonus musical guest who bears a striking resemblance to the show's host, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow and Ziggy Stardust himself. (The Holy Trinity?) There's been "Tebowing" and "Tim Tebow's Fire," and now we have an updated version of "Space Oddity," as Fallon played both sides of the continuously hot topic that is Tebow and his strong relationship with God. With the battle against Pure Evil the New England Patriots approaching, we might as well get all these musical parodies in while we can. Only like we saw on Saturday Night Live last month, the big man no longer wants to be held responsible for the slow-starter's fourth quarter "miracles." And he probably doesn't like throwing that word around so lightly, either. Yes, Tebow has one playoff win in the bag, but that was against a hobbled Steelers squad, and Jesus really doesn't want to be called upon when Tebow faces Tom Brady and the Pats Saturday night. "Can't win by myself, but with your help I might," the wide-eyed athlete sang, receiving a response that any non-sports fan sick of his gracious media responses might agree with: "This is Jesus Christ to Tim Tebow /Please leave me alone / Don't you know my day of rest is Sunday? / And I'm sick of watching all these Broncos Games."

Regardless of JC's support, if Tebow and the Broncos pull off the upset on Saturday—and oh boy, how we hope they do—prepare yourselves for a full list of Tebow related-musical numbers first thing Monday morning.