For whatever reason, it seemed like Paymah was lined up about 10 yards off the ball while Denver put 8 in the box to stop Miami's running game. Thus Miami threw a lot of quick strikes to Camarillo. Miami probably decided to pick on Paymah rather than Bly. I think Paymah got his int when he finally lined up closer to the line of scrimmage and played tighter man coverage. I'm guessing he will continue to see quite a few passes his way.
better vet him thoroughly because I read some blurb speculating that he might be benched.I'll bet if you check the game logs that he got a lot of tackles off camarillo's 11 catches, but I'm just guessing.apparently, they doubled ginn and din't put much effort into covering camarillo, so maybe paymah's boy got all the looks --- but that's just my speculation.for all I know, he was on ginn.
Ginn was clearly the bigger deep threat so they rolled coverage over to his side of the field pretty often. Paymah had soft coverage on Camarillo on the other side and the Dolphins kept going back to it over and over again.
I think as long as he's starting opposite Bly, he'll be a good source of tackles and PD's and the occasional INT simply because he will be picked on often. It will be similar to DWill's situation when he was the second CB opposite Champ.