As we near the winter break and halfway point of the Euro/Mexico seasons, consider: a 19-year old American is now one of the top young skilled players in Europe and produced in the Champions League. Another American teenager is starting for one of top teams in Germany. A third American teen made the Best XI in Mexico. Unheralded Americans have broken through at top clubs in Portugal and Denmark. A 21- year old American is getting regular minutes in La Liga while another one is one of the top scorers in the French second division and has his team in first place. Several American players still young enough for our YNTs are getting regular minutes in the Championship. Another younger American is one of the top center backs in the Netherlands. Established American national teamers are playing regularly in the top flights of Germany, England and Mexico. And one of the top young(ish) goalkeepers is about to join a team in Denmark where he's expected to start while another GK some thought only got his chances because of his last name started in the Europa League. The top player at the CONCACAF U20 championship is signing with one of the top teams in England and being loaned to one of the top Dutch teams. So, while there are still players we wish were playing more, like Emerson Hyndman and Ethan Horvath, this has been a great season for US-eligible players in Europe and Mexico. The question is, collectively, has this been the best season (so far) for Yanks Abroad ever?