Froome is not a prologue specialist though.
Sorry Flo, that won't fly either. If you go over cycling's history you will see GT winners doing extremely well in the prologue, so it's quite simply not strange at all.
Usually a prologue winner is not a prologue specialist but a TT specialist. Even Thierry Marie and Jelle Nijdam stood their own in long TT's and more specialistic riders than those two I can't think of.
And besides, the example I gave was won by a GT specialist (and so were the others in that top 10).
1: 11min 3sec
2 @ 17sec
3 @ 20sec
5 @ 21sec
7 @ 22sec
8 @ 27sec
9 @ 28sec
So no, I'm not believing in the virtusity of Froome. But this outcome is not nearly as crazy as you guys say it is. And indeed, I took pre epo years in a spread of ten years to find these examples.
Calm down... this is not proof of anything, nor is his shoe size, the color of his eyes or the size of his nose. there are much, much more worrisome things.