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Videos: Tim Tebow's Seinfeld moment, Fray tribute and worst hymn-singing ever

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Why aren't we sick of the Tim Tebow media avalanche yet? Becuase lots of the flow is hilarious, or weirdly fascinating, or just plain weird. Examples? How about the Seinfeld clips in which George nicknames himself "T-Bone," now subtly altered to sound like "Tebow." Or the ESPN tribute hosted by Isaac Slade of The Fray. (Thanks, Backbeat.) Or the NFL.com wired -for-sound feature in which Timmy sings "My God is an awesome God" in the most tuneless way ever. Check them all out below.

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