The French were beaten 44-8 by England at Twickenham on Sunday and have lost both of their matches in this year's competition.
"Owen has a great sense of the game, we have a lot of good kickers, but you kick is only as good as your chase and our chase was outstanding today", Jones said. "They were better than us".
May dotted down for his opening try in just the second minute, the first of several scores created by kicks behind the French defence. I'm most of all disappointed with what happened in the first half. "He does that pretty well".
Obviously given the wide scoreline at the time, Owens' decision didn't have much of an impact on the eventual result as England moved on to two very convincing wins from two.
The die of England's go-to attacking tactic was cast in the opening exchanges and France failed to find any answers. England bashed at the defense and Farrell passed out left to May, who stepped opposite Damian Penaud and was over. Starting with U8s tag rugby!
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After trading penalties, England took control.
Huget took a head knock and was replaced by a real fullback, debutant Thomas Ramos, at halftime.
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May was inches away from his fourth in the second half but couldn't quite reach a kick through from Farrell, though luckily the fly-half was also chasing and dived on the loose ball to touch down.
Farrell scored the sixth and last England try, and converted it, after Youngs' quick tap penalty from 70 meters out and Farrell's kick ahead was messed up by France under pressure from May.
And Ball, who started alongside Alun Wyn Jones in Wales' second row that day, added: "To lose a game like that was gutting from a personal point of view, and I know the boys won't want to feel like that again".
His England had stepped up from smashing Ireland to achieve their biggest win over France since a 37-0 result in 1911.