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Steelers “Sour 16” Bracket: 1985 Daryl Sims vs. 1989 Tim Worley

BTSC continues the offseason bracket pitting up Steeler first rounders that did not find success in a Pittsburgh.

Tom Worley

The second matchup of the first round of the "Sour 16" was a harder one to predict. In the end, BTSC readers cast the majority of the votes to 1989’s Tom Ricketts, who outscored 1980’s Mark Malone 74% to 26%, with 437 votes cast. This time around, 1989 is at it again with Tim Worley facing 1985’s Darryl Sims.

1989 Tom Ricketts goes on to a second round battle with Huey Richardson next week. But first, take a look at the next round of contestants in the Steelers Sour 16" of first round fizzles.

1985 Round 1 Pick 20

DE Darryl Sims-Wisconsin

Legend has it that the Steelers were heavily interested in selecting Jerry Rice in 1985, but the 49ers had the same idea and traded up. The Steelers then set their sights on Sims, who didn’t have quite the impact on the NFL that Rice did. In zero starts, Sims had three sacks for the Steelers in two seasons. He spent two more seasons with Cleveland before going on with his life’s work.

1989 Round 1 Pick 7

RB Tim Worley-Georgia

Worley gained only 1,338 rushing yards in four seasons for the Steelers, well below the expectations of the seventh choice in the blockbuster draft of 1989. A promising rookie-year saw Worley gain 770 yards and all five of his Steeler TDs, but injuries and a substance-abuse suspension derailed his career permanently. Worley was traded in 1993 to Chicago and out of the league altogether the next year.

Vote for who you feel should advance in the “Sour 16” below and stay with BTSC for all of the offseason news, updates and shenanigans.


Who should advance in BTSCs Steelers ‘Sour 16’ bracket?

This poll is closed

  • 52%
    1985 Darryl Sims
    (342 votes)
  • 47%
    1989 Tim Worley
    (306 votes)
648 votes total Vote Now