and actually the Seahawks are relatively well off - the dome at home is only 72/28 to win (although this is a pretty great rate for postseason), actually relatively normative as far as w/l goes for HF (it has more implications for dogs and gambling in general than w/l), dome on the road is a lot more brutal (my version of it was 82% w/l coming into this season and is up to like 84% based off a 4-0 run so far since week 17)
dude it is no sweat, even the nearly infalliable me cannot cite EVERYTHING in the world correctly, the dome thing I am citing is totally correct but yeah you got me
I just have the dome thing saved in the form of ((o:team = Texans) or (o:team = Lions) or (o:team = Falcons) or (o:team = Saints) or (o:team = Vikings) or (o:team = Colts) or (o:team = Cowboys) or (o:team = Cardinals) or (o:team = Rams)) and some other nonsensical python stuff to go with it, so while I loosely remember everybody top of my head, it is not like I have an ordered alphabetical list in my mind :P
This is nit-picky but I'm a fucking nit-picky douchebag so I'm going to say it anyway:
You mentioned 'the Seahawks would only get to the Super Bowl if they play the Packers in the Conference Championship because otherwise they'd play the Falcons and 49ers who are two dome teams playing at their comfortable home conditions'.
The 49ers play in Candlestick, which is not a dome, and is natural grass and is famous for having bad muddy conditions. That advantage would go to the home team used to playing in those conditions regardless, BUT WHATEVER, I'M SORRY, I HAD TO SAY IT.