Somehow I doubt this. Regardless of the loading condition, the container ship had several times the displacement of the destroyer. The global moment required to turn the 700 ft hull about a vertical axis would have been of such magnitude that either the bulbous bow lodged inside the destroyer’s hull would have been ripped off or at least bent (as happened when Corvus J hit the Baltic Ace), or it would have dragged along the shell like a knife. However, judging from the photographs of both ACX Crystal and USS Fitzgerald, neither of this happened: the bulbous bow appears nearly intact and the hole on the side looks a “stab wound”. Thus, to me it appears that both vessels were traveling roughly to the same direction with relatively small speed difference. There’s also the damage that appears to having been caused by the anchor digging deeper and deeper into the deckhouse/superstructure.
Also, considering the size difference between the two vessels, I believe it would have been USS Fitzgerald that would have rolled against the container ship’s starboard bow (which is undamaged as far as I can tell).
However, I promise to stand corrected if I’m wrong.