Bomben was a jack-of-all-trades starting at guard, tackle, and tight end at different times. The versatile lineman, got thrown into the starting five with injuries to veterans Scott Flory and Andrew Woodruff. Bomben made his first CFL career start on the road at Calgary in Week 4 and remained in the starting rotation.
The Alouettes found an unlikely target in the third guard scored his first CFL touchdown in Week 18, catching a five-yard pass from Anthony Calvillo at the back of the end-zone in a winning-effort over Edmonton. He suited up for all 18 regular season games and equally left his print on the offence hauling in five receptions for 33 yards. He also returned one kickoff return for 11 yards.
Bomben made significant strides to become an impact player on the Alouettes.Not only was he part of the offensive line which protects Anthony Calvillo, he also hauled in three passes for a total of 19 yards.
Bomben was unable to play Games 1 through 18, the East Final and the Grey Cup due to a peck injury.