Bills fans know as well as anyone, there's nothing like a football Sunday. "I go for the tailgating, the experience, the partying," says season ticket holder Brandon English. But he's wondering if there will be anything to tailgate for, if this Toronto thing takes off. Senator Joe Robach is hoping that while the Bills are in Toronto, they won't forget where they came from. "State aid has gone in to help with their field, help with infrastructure, to be working partners in keeping that franchise here, in Western New York, hopefully in the long run they'll return the favor and keep their roots right here in Rochester," Robach says. "As a devout Buffalo Bills fan, i'm very protective over the Buffalo Bills," says Congressman Tom Reynolds. He understands the stated goal here is to find more fans north of the border. But, is one game enough to warrant widespread concern the team is headed elsewhere? He's not sure, but says he'll do whatever he can to keep the team here. The most powerful person we spoke to, Senator Schumer, isn't worried. He says as long as their trying to expand the team's fan base, one game in Toronto is OK with him. Fans only know one thing: Their lives would change without the Bills. Senator Robach floated this idea: If you want to expand the team's fan base, why not try a game at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse? The NFL is hoping they'll capitalize on the big city of Toronto.