Originally Posted by Rain Man
It's more about run blocking success and run stopping success. If the C doesn't have success run blocking and the DT is strong at stopping the run, then it's a double whammy. If a small C is good against the run and takes on a big, flabby DT who gets pushed back, then the C is more likely to win.
What if they're equally good players, like Wiegmann and Williams a few years ago?