Henry Slade is back in at outside centre with Manu Tuilagi shifted back to inside centre and Ben Te'o on the bench.
Jones has a schedule based on the summer's four World Cup warm-up Tests that will develop the 21-year-old in time for Japan 2019, but is also wary of the hype generated by his marauding display.
"Joe's a good, young player and we're looking after him", Jones said on Thursday.
"He'll feature very strongly in our plans for the future, but we just feel this week that Jack Nowell is our best player in that position". "We don't need to rush him, we'll bring him through carefully and he's got a long career ahead of him".
The Australian added: "We've got a good plan in place for him". It's going to take some digging deep into the team psyche but I think it's a good lesson for us before the World Cup.
England struck again from another lineout when Manu Tuilagi collided with Sam Johnson in midfield, Kyle Sinckler charged through and a quick recycle saw Joe Launchbury dot down.
Despite scoring a double against Italy, Brad Shields has been assigned the role of a finisher with Mark Wilson starting at blindside flanker while Ben Moon replaces Ellis Genge at loosehead prop with the latter joining the reserves.
Jones did say he was happy such a collapse happened now and not during the World Cup
Ben Youngs will become England's most-capped halfback in making his 85th appearance, one more than Danny Care on the all-time list.
GREGOR TOWNSEND has identified three players in particular who have demonstrated that they truly are global animals after stepping up to the plate during yesterday's Calcutta Cup clash at Twickenham, helping Scotland mount a sensational fightback from 31-0 down to take a seven-point lead with four minutes to go. Jones explained his logic, saying: "With young players, particularly in this environment, you've got to look after them".
England can still win the championship by beating Scotland, providing Wales loses to Ireland on Saturday. Whether or not Wales have already secured the Grand Slam, there is a trophy and all-important cross-border bragging rights to play for.
It appears that, in the end, Townsend was able to convince Russell that the kicking option was not intrinsically wrong but needed to be better executed - and with everyone on the same wavelength, Scotland were able to dictate the game for most of the second half.
"But if we impose our game on Scotland, it'll be pretty tough for them".