(Just for the record, that would be Kansas City, but we digress.)
"He went out there and got a couple of snaps," Morris told The Associated Press. "(Now) Josh Freeman is our starting quarterback. So some of those questions we may have had the first time we came out here -- we've got some of those answers."
Their opponent, the Chicago Bears, aren't landing in Heathrow until Friday, but Tampa went full-fledged tea and crumpets this time around. They're spending all week in Britain to shake off the jet lag and bask in the relatively gloomy climate.
"I've definitely grown," said Freeman, but it remains to be seen what type of Bucs team shows up Sunday.