"You don't just replace 400 caps overnight", said Jones. "It was a good, solid tackle".
However, a sarcastic Jones said: "You can get cited for something you did at a party when you were 15, anything could happen".
With Jones, the fast talking Australian, nothing is ever predictable; nothing ever stays on script.
Fresh from their 2-1 series victory over England in June and an encouraging Rugby Championship, the Springboks will run out at Twickenham with many of their big beasts including Eben Etzebeth, Malcolm Marx and Duane Vermeulen present.
"The minute we underestimate them, we'd be surprised". "We'll just wait and see".
While England's defence, now led by John Mitchell, improved dramatically throughout this contest, and they eventually exposed the Boks on the edges, overall it was far from convincing. There is no one in our forward pack that is second guessing why they are there.
The Premiership may be denying South Africa of Willie le Roux, Francois Louw, Faf de Klerk and Franco Mostert, but out-of-form England will still face a real battle.
With regular number eight Billy Vunipola injured and Nathan Hughes suspended, Jones had been expected to go for uncapped Zach Mercer, who was instead named among the replacements as tough-tackling Wilson wins his fifth cap and his second start. When asked about the upcoming test against the All Blacks, Jones responded in the only way he could. I think the players deserve enormous credit.
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"There have been some mixed message from Eddie's press conferences which were "in order to win the World Cup you could lose all these games" but then he said if he did lose all these games, then he is out of a job".
"When you get in those arm wrestles someone is going to give".
The hosts came under intense pressure during the match and head coach Jones credited his players' mental and physical strength for the victory in their opening autumn worldwide Test. In terms of 2019, there are questions that Eddie Jones needs to find answers to that are more important than a W or an L. However, as he said to my boys down in Maidenhead RFC: "The beer tastes better when you win". It gives us a different way of being able to play. We won't be wearing singlets and running shorts out there. You'll come in and say 'Fantastic, we've got another bloke we can terrorise'. We are really excited to be back at Twickenham Stadium.
This is a performance England can build from, sure.
His selection, alongside the return of Manu Tuilagi on the bench shows Jones wants a direct, physical style implemented.
But whether a week is long enough to fix potentially crippling issues at the scrum; defending the rolling maul and the ill-discipline problems surrounding the likes of Maro Itoje, yellow carded for cynically killing the ball, is debatable.
Back came England, flanker Brad Shields losing possession in sight of a try. "You could argue that it is one of the biggest games of his career". We got a bit excited too early at the end though, I'll learn from that.
"That's testament to the leadership group and composure on the field".