I'd agree. Each Tour has a need for some parity to be "entertaining" and losing Roglic, Thomas and Ineos demonstrating for a second Tour a big deficit of depth makes it one dimensional. Carapaz tries and most everyone else just flinches because they're afraid of losing more time. If no rider is willing to chase Tadej he is free to totally bury himself like a TT and gain maximum time. Absent challenges that is going to be a dull situation. Between UAE and DQS the pack has been rendered impotent with only the Bahrain raiders taking risks.Anyone who has numbers of Pogacar's climbs the last days? Either VAM or climbing time compared to earlier years. I'm pretty sure he is on par with or better than the best performances from Contador, Froome and Quintana. But the distance to the rest of the GC contenders this year could imply that is doing something more unique than any of those three. I'm not sure that is the case though. The quality of the closest contenders this year (after Roglic and Thomas crashed) seems pretty mediocre. If Pog were to crash now, we would (IMO) have the weakest winner in many, many years.