NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that both teams must know by Friday if kickoff will proceed as planned at 1 p.m. ET at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
"I'll tell you, we'll be at a huge disadvantage," said Jackson of potentially facing the Jets without practice time. "But it's what we have to do. As a professional, you got to try and prepare as best you can."
"It's just as simple as looking at an iPad," Jackson said on Around the NFL. "They put all the game plans -- what we want to do in situations -- it's all on there. So we're looking at it, studying it that way. ... That's about the only way we can prepare."
The bigger issue was always how the wild weather would chip away at the team's preparation, a factor Jackson confirms as a genuine concern.