It is an exciting brand of football the phins are playing. I like it! It's still a physical brand of offense, and they are straight dictating to the Colts. Ronnie Brown really makes the scheme work, as (ideally) you want the QB to be able to pound it up the middle.
I agree with Gruden or Jaws, when they say he's not going to throw the ball, so the safety needs to get involved in run force. Of course that opens you up to the deep ball, but you're hoping Brown doesn't throw it well (a good possibility).
This really sells the Tebow as Wildcat, as this is basically what Tebow does for the Gaotrs anyway. Tebow can run inside (not as well as Brown), but he offers a much better throw option.
You can really have some fun, if the Steelers had Tebow, diagraming schemes with our personnel... Ben is a schoolyard guy at heart anyway.