I think watching Wout van Aert launch a solo attack at km zero (he was in front for 10km), then more & more attacks on the flat, followed by dropping everyone who was with him in the breakaway & finishing third on Hautacam, probably blew his mind. What he's thinking of with regards to his own place in that set-up, I have no idea. It's so out there in terms of craziness I can only shrug.This thread has lost their marbles.
I'm pretty sure Roglic is more thinking along the lines of wishing he'd been there today more than anything else.
For what it's worth, Roglic always came across as a particularly human rider with certain limitations. Not many (i.e. he's still super strong in peak form), but just enough to keep it real. What we watched today from Jumbo (& in this TdF) had no limitations.