The pair have been a major success for the Bengals since their arrival in the league in 2011 as they have combined for 3,833 yards and 29 touchdowns in 48 games, transforming the Bengals into the dominant team in the AFC North.
"I know people will fight that and say differently," Jackson told SiriusXM NFL Radio. "But I've watched these guys; these guys are grown. They've come in together, they started off hot, they're still hot. Every year, statistically, they've gotten better.
"But at the end of the day, they're both chasing something else. They're both chasing getting this team beyond a playoff win and on to the Super Bowl.
"I think both of these guys are in the prime of their careers. They work very hard together, they know each other pretty well. And like I said, I wouldn't trade the two guys for anybody at this point, because these guys know how to do it together."
The Bengals drafted Green and Dalton in the first two rounds of the 2011 Draft.