There's no place like home, especially in the NFL playoffs. As No. 6 seeds, the Minnesota Vikings and Cincinnati Bengals will not be playing any more football games within the confines of their own trusted stadiums.
Their road to the Super Bowl will go through the houses of others—these 10 venues, in fact.
And make no mistake, some places are harder to play at than others as a visiting team. Home-field advantage does strongly exist in the NFL. It can be caused by gusting wind, elevation or cascades of human sound that OSHA have deemed dangerous to health.
Here we rank every 2012 NFL playoff team's home-field advantage.