Bobman asked, so I will give. Since the 2002 realignment, when the Championship games were moved to 3 and 6:30, the home teams in the first game have a better record than the second game.
First Game: Second Game
2005 - Pittsburgh 34 @ Denver 17 Panthers 14 @ Seahawks 34
Overall, the first game home team is 5-2 and the second game home team is 6-1. Also, AFC Home Teams are 5-2, while the NFC Home team is 4-3. Not really anything worthwhile, like last Saturday's scheduling advantage. The real reason I wanted to do this is to look at all the weird matchups. Anyone forget that the Falcons once played in the title game? Or the Broncos, or that legendary Packers vs Seahawks tilt? Either way, home teams do better in the title game round (9-5), than in the divisional round, which is the opposite of pre-alignment. Either way, these stats won't mean much. The Colts will have to just go out and beat somebody.