"You try to get some help over the top ... in certain coverages and get matched up with him," Kelly explained. "But I thought our corners could stay with him. Obviously they didn't, and he had a good game."
Jackson has racked up nine catches for 243 yards (27.0 yards per reception) and a touchdown in two games against the team that unceremoniously dumped him last offseason.
To the surprise of no one, he had some choice words for the Eagles and their questionable strategy of leaving Fletcher on an island against the game's most dangerous deep threat.
"I have been there the past couple years, that's how they play," Jackson said. "They're very naive and they play how they play. ... They have witnessed a lot players, wide receivers and tight ends, get off for some huge games on them. I'm just happy to be on this side and be able to send them home with a loss."
Jackson also disclosed that he still has a good relationship with many former teammates, who are "constantly" telling him how much they miss him.
That's not hard to believe. His 12 catches for 40 or more yards not only lead the league, but also match the total for the entire Eagles team.
Asked if he regretted releasing his best playmaker from 2013, Kelly replied, "No. I'm thinking about the football game."