This is really just hard to answer. I'm sure Blair Walsh may be in the waivers too, and he had a good outing, but the hardest thing to predict is how many FGs will be kicked or PATs. Either kicker is decent, and it really just will depend on how the games pan out. For instance, GB who are known to score TDs quite a bit, kicked 3 great FG ranges last night, earning Mason Crosby and my team 14 points. Ravens and Patriots score mostly TDs but any given day could kick 5 FGs. In my league PATs are only worth 1, missing a FG is more crucial than making a PAT. So I think it's a toss up between either, but kicker should be a position you least worry about; reason being is you hopefully don't want to be relying on your kicker for 10+ points game to game, but obviously you don't want a low rated one either. Neither of these kickers are. I mainly check who the team is playing next, if they have a good defense, possibly expect more FGs and more points, etc.
Record: 5-3 - Non-PPR
QB: P. Manning
RB: M. Lynch, R. Rice, A. Morris (B. Powell, R. Grant)
WR: A.J. Green, E. Decker (M. Williams, A. Brown, D. Moore)
TE: J. Graham
K: L. Tynes
DEF: Broncos (Patriots)