"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.
Ashton earned a late call-up to the England bench in last Saturday's Test against the Boks, and will now make his first start after four years.
When the teams run out on to the pitch, they will cross the spot where soil from the grave of former England captain Ronnie Poulton was buried before The Army v Navy match in May. "If he wasn't a rugby player he would be a marathon runner because he can run for days without getting exhausted".
And England were far from convincing when launching their November campaign with a 12-11 win over South Africa at Twickenham last weekend.
"They are very skilled, smart players, and are very accurate as well".
The All Blacks as a unit talk about the expectations on them, and Hansen and his staff encourage the players to "walk towards the pressure".
"You're expected to win every Test match and not only win it but win it really well".
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"I don't know who's writing them off, it would be foolish to do that", he said. We've focused on why we won those games.
Winger Rieko Ioane, 21, added: "The pressure we put on each other is probably bigger than what everyone perceives we get on the outside".
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.
"In any educational process, you have to talk about it and you've got to get people to understand why and then it's about supporting them when they go through it and keeping an eye on them from a distance, up close or whatever".
Hansen has selected eight new caps in his squad for the match at Tokyo on Saturday, Nov. 3; the most rookies in one All Blacks squad since 1986 when the so-called "Baby Blacks" beat France while most leading players were suspended for their part in a rebel tour to South Africa. "If they want to be physical they can be, if they want to play wide and expansive rugby they can do that, so we'll have to wait to see which way they choose to play but we will be ready for whatever".
However, England produced one of their finest displays to end New Zealand's 20-game unbeaten run with the likes of Manu Tuilagi, Brad Barritt, Joe Launchbury and Tom Wood playing the game of their lives.
"You have to give them due respect for that". They won't go away so if you don't take your opportunities that come when you've got momentum it's going to be a dogfight.