Regardless of whether Bailey -- who generally matched up against the opponent's best play -- is healthy, it seems Denver's Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie will line up opposite Jackson.
"(Jackson) hit me up on the phone and was like, 'You know it's me and you this weekend. We're going to go at it,'" Rodgers-Cromartie said, per the Denver Post. "But that's just a challenge I'm looking forward to."
The former Eagles cornerback is familiar with Jackson's play when the two went head-to-head in practice. Jackson said that knowledge cuts both ways.
"I'm sure he'll probably be on me," Jackson told the Philadelphia Inquirer. "(Over the) past two years, we've been going at it a lot. I know him as well as he knows me."