POLL: Will DeMarco Murray reach the 2,000-yard milestone this season?

Although he has played one more game than Le'Veon Bell, Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray has a 540-yard lead over Bell to win this year's rushing title.

Barring injury, there is no chance that Bell catches Murray, but will Murray become the seventh player in league history to reach the 2,000-yard milestone?

On the season, Murray has 320 carries for 1,606 yards and nine touchdowns plus 53 receptions for 392 yards. In addition, Murray has exceeded 100 yards in all but two games this season and his 11 100-yard games ties him with Emmitt Smith for the single-season franchise record.

If Murray, who is averaging 123.5 rushing yards per game, is to reach the 2,000-yard mark, he will need to average 131.3 yards per game.

The Cowboys will face the Eagles, Colts and Redskins in their final three games and all three teams currently rank in the top 12 in the rush defense. Murray had a season-low 73 yards against the Eagles two weeks ago, but he had 141 yards against Washington earlier this season.

Will Murray reach the 2,000-yard milestone?