You take Berry if you're starting a team, cause he's good, and he's young. He'll turn out to be better than Collins--but as of right this second he's not. This was from last year, and last year Collins was better.
Wrong again, this is projections for this season and they got it right. With a year of experience Berry >>> Collins. I appreciate your list of the list of who he got interceptions off of but your super naive to think that's all that matters. Eric Berry has more tackles, forced fumbles, TDs, and sacks. So I'll ask you again who would you rather have? The guy who accomplished that in his rookie season or Nick Collins with his production after his 6th season in the league. No need to answer it's a bit of a rhetorical question. And after digesting those facts you will realize that Berry had the more productive year. (oh and let's not mention the fact that nick collins plays with arguably the best DB in the league, yea we'll leave that out)