Hyndman starts and goes ~60 mins in Atlanta's playoff game. They won 1-0. He came out before the goal was scored. I half-watched some of this while working out. Hyndman was ok, but not particularly special in the time I watched. He switched sides a number of time - seeming to be mostly occupying an inside RAM slot, but popping up wide LW a few times as well as sliding out to RM touchline now and again. Nagbe seemed to look past. him a few times, but generally he was involved and moved well for the ball. He didn't do much that was bad in the moment I watched, but also nothing super-exciting. Played pretty well inside his skill set. (fwiw. Atl journal says: Midfielder Emerson Hyndman, 7.5:Like Nagbe, what he does often doesn’t end up in a stat sheet but makes Atlanta United work on offense and defense. ... One chance created and three tackles. ... Very important two-way player.) Interesting that De Boer keeps starting him while the personnel around him has shifted. Wonder if this keeps up. While it has not been the kind of break-out season that screams "ready for the big(get) leagues" he's going home with at least one piece of silver, and still in the running for another, has cemented himself in the Atlanta starting line-up... He started the last run of games and ended with 10 starts in 15 apps. He's 7th for Atl in assists, 5th in assist/min. 10th for goals, 9th for G/min. 983 mins on the season. He has at least one more game... interesting to see what the off-season brings.