ORCHARD PARK -- Mild temperatures, cloudy skies -- and maybe even a little hope -- greet Bills fan tailgating outside Ralph Wilson Stadium this morning.
12:50 p.m.: Here's the second set of interviews with Bills fans about whether they want a win today:
12:16 p.m.: Make sure you hop over to Bills Live where Jay Skurski and Jerry Sullivan are chatting live.
10:53 a.m.: Just as I published the last updated, a few drops started to come down here in O.P. Nothing to squash the party here, though.
10:50 a.m.: The skies have gotten a little more cloudy in the past little while. No rain, though, but it definitely looks a lot more likely than it did two hours ago.
10:15 a.m.: There was a very light sprinkle of rain -- barely a mist -- lasting less than a minute that fell a short time ago. Breeze is pretty good at times, too.
Early returns from talking with early-morning tailgaters -- they want a win. Overwhelmingly, the fans I spoke with said getting a win is more important than getting the No. 1 pick. Some said they were afraid there might be a winless season. Check back for my video interviews.
9:03 a.m.: It's about 50 degrees already, and temperatures are expected to reach about 60, according to the National Weather Service. There's a 60-percent chance of rain, but forecasters predict showers will hold off until the afternoon.
I'll be asking fans whether they want the Bills to win today, or if they' want the team to stay in the race for the No. 1 overall draft pick. Check back later for a video of what they said.