Scotland actually scored the game's first try, through Sean Maitland, but Owen Farrell's kicking kept England's noses in front.
However, once Chris Ashton scored from close range for England, Stuart Lancaster's side found their form and played some great rugby.
Billy Twelvetrees marked his debut with a try, and there were further tries from Geoff Parling and Danny Care.
Both the Gloucester players did themselves proud on the big stage.
Right from the very first minute, Morgan was a handful with ball in hand and produced several bullocking runs.
Meanwhile, Twelvetrees looked as though he was playing his 20th international not his first. He was constantly looking to get involved, got over the gainline every time he received the ball and showed great hands when in possession.
With a huge fixture in Dublin next week against Ireland, both players have done their selection prospects no harm at all with their performances.