I post this from the Roglic thread just because it is - and it will - be relevant.
Roglic’s law #1
For any given cycling race X, Roglic will win X it if at least he races it.
Roglic’s law #2
For any given cycling race X that Roglic rides and does not win, the outcome is explainable by Y.
Roglic’s law #3
Y comprises: crash, flu, diet, imperfect preparation, crash, Bahrain theory, mechanical problems, development issues, bad team, teammates riding against him, bad route, bad luck, bad weather, and, of course, another crash.
These three Roglic laws should be utterly and actively rejected by any cycling fan while knowing that these laws are impossible to refute and will always be at the back of any Roglic fan's mind.