Neither is clearly better unless Roglic is "pretending" to be able to sprint faster. He's not nearly at 100%, nor is Remco. I wouldn't be surprised if Primoz hits a wall considering his late start and needs an easy stage or two. Today could've been that day and he knew no one would chase Remco if he didn't initiate it. He was there and used what energy he had to close and minimize damage.IMO Remco is clearly better at this point, but I am surprised Roglic is riding so well given his prep. I think the Giro will look different.
What did surprise me is how much d*cking around the group did while those two rode away.