Irving: Plenty at stake for Bombers in season finale Let's leave, until next week at least, the speculation about what might happen to the Blue Bombers organizational structure.For now, suffice it to say, the Bombers will have one goal in mind when they close out their trying year Saturday against Hamilton at Investors Group Field. And that will be to end the season with a victory.Blue Bomber head coach Tim Burke says preparations for Saturday's game will be no different than normal. And he has told the players "this is the last time we will be together as a group of players and coaches, some of you won't be back, for some of you this could be the final game of pro football you ever play. So let's end it with the good feeling that a victory brings."Burke can't complain about the effort he has received in the last three games. His team has been very competitive, fighting right to the finish and showing the kind of spirit that all coaches look for. The latter part of a season like this can be a time for players to "open the eyes" of their employers. And some of that is definitely taking place in Winnipeg. Related Links Bombers unsure if Hall will start Heading into their final game of the season, the Bombers might be without starting QB Max Hall, who is nursing a hip pointer suffered last week against Toronto. More from Bob Irving Buy: 101st Grey Cup Playoff Tickets Mike Sims-Walker is a receiver who joined the Blue Bombers two months ago. He has been sitting on the practice roster waiting for a chance. 10 days ago against the Toronto Argonauts, Sims-Walker finally got into the lineup, and he turned in a spectacular performance, catching 8 passes for 137 yards.Sims-Walker put up solid numbers in two seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars before injuries and salary issues forced him out of the NFL. Now, at 28 years of age, he has a chance to extend his career north of the border, and if first impressions are lasting, Sims Walker could be a key member of the Bombers 2014 team.Another receiver, Wallace Miles, spent nearly the entire season on the practice roster. We were left to wonder what the Bombers saw in him. We found out last Thursday in Toronto,Cheap NFL Jerseys, as Miles caught 6 passes for 100 yards and looked like a keeper.At the every least he earned himself an invitation to next year's training camp. Defensive lineman Mike McAdoo, and offensive tackle Jarvis Jones are among the others who have made enough of an impression to earn a chance to compete for work in 2014.Coaches and players hate it when games are referred to as "nothing games".Saturday's clash has no bearing on the final standings for either team, but it is safe to say that for many of the players, especially a lot of them on the Bombers, there is definitely "something" at stake.As Burke likes to say "football people are always watching."