New Zealand remain the outstanding team in worldwide rugby although the All Blacks are not invincible.
"You're expected to win every Test match and not only win it but win it really well".
"Once you come to realise that then life becomes a little easier". [The pressure] is there, it's not going to go away.
"Thirty-three per cent of our players have beaten them and understand that like any team they've got weaknesses and that we've got an opportunity to get at them", Jones said.
The All Blacks biggest enemy may be their own expectations after Steve Hansen revealed this morning the constant pressure the team is under to deliver results on the worldwide stage.
Moody's injury means that Karl Tu'inukuafe, who was nominated alongside rising Ireland star Jordan Larmour for the World Rugby Breakthrough Player of the Year award, is now likely to start at loosehead prop against England and Ireland.
"We have to put our stamp on the game. The management are real harsh on the boys and the boys are harsh on each other so it makes it a healthy competitive environment".
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He's going to want to win in it in his own way. "I'd be proud if it was what you think it is, but it's not". He said, however, that it was still tough to find time to switch off and recover.
When Jones was in charge of the Wallabies in the early 2000s he led them to five wins in 11 games against New Zealand, including the 2003 World Cup semi-final.
"Once you've acknowledged it's there you can deal with it", he said.
New Zealand coach Steve Hansen has insisted the All Blacks' clash with England this weekend is even bigger than last year's series against the British and Irish Lions. As now, we were playing the world champions; they'd been unbeaten since the World Cup and you know that if you're not playing somewhere near your best you're going to get spanked because they're a quality side.
"Jack has trained the house down so you've got to trust the medical people".
"You can either make the movie or be in the movie, and we want to make the movie", Jones said when asked if teams suffer by putting the All Blacks on a pedestal.
"We've got natural athletes who want to run and carry the ball and pass the ball and have terrific instincts and want to play what's in front of them", he said.
Jones believes opponents are often bewitched by New Zealand's dazzling skills, reducing them to the role of spectators as their try-line is repeatedly breached before coming to their senses. And we're happy to go out there and get stuck into them.