You know, it's so easy to look it up:
2011: Giants won two road games as 4th seed.
2010: Packers won three road games as 6th seed.
2009: Saints played zero road games as 1st seed.
2008: Steelers played zero road games as 2nd seed.
2007: Giants played three road games as 5th seed.
2006: Colts played one road game as 3th seed.
2005: Steelers played three road games as 6th seed.
So there you have it: 12 road games played by the past 7 SB champs, nine of which came from three teams.
What’s more impressive, I think, is that out of the past 28 teams to secure a first round bye, only two were eventual SB champs.