Last month, we talked about a London, England man who was trying to set a record by visiting all 31 NFL stadiums in just 84 days.
At the time, Jacob Barnor had visited nine NFL stadiums by Sept. 26 - after attending the Green Bay Packers' home game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Here we are a month alter, and Barnor has made excellent progress on his journey.
After visiting MetLife Stadium on Monday - where the New York Jets were throttled 33-0 by the New England Patriots - Barnor made the trip to Minnesota for their Thursday Night Football game against the Washington Redskins.
With that, Barnor has now visited 20 of the 31 NFL stadiums. With that, he'll only need to visit 12 more by Nov. 29 (as detailed above) to set the new world record. Barnor is slated to visit Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday, where he'll see the Indianapolis Colts host the Denver Broncos - before visiting State Farm Stadium in Glendale for next Thursday's contest between the San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals.
You can keep track of Barnor's progress and planned schedule below.
PROGRESS REPORT— The Football Wanderer (@JBBFootball) October 23, 2019
Week 7 is in the books! 3 incredibly fun days despite poor games! Was cool to take a trip into Canada.
Haven't worn my shorts for a while now!
Coming into the last week of the longest stint (3 weeks) I'll do by myself, before a November filled with guests! pic.twitter.com/GAzes2qCy8
As pointed out by Juliana Falk of NBC 26, Alicia Barnhart currently holds the record that Barnor is trying to break. In 2015, Barnhart visited all 31 stadiums in 86 days, 10 hours and 25 minutes to set the new Guinness World Record. Only time will tell if Barnor is able to surpass her record.
Barnor's trip took extremely detailed planning, and as you can see above, he was able to visit three different stadiums over a five-day span from Oct. 3 to 7. Barnor made stops in Seattle, Los Angeles and San Francisco to knock three stadiums off of his list.
The New Orleans Saints will visit the Atlanta Falcons in one of the three Thanksgiving Games on Nov. 29. And if all goes according to plan, Barnor will have set an amazing world record that will be extremely difficult for anyone to break.