So I guess you kind of realized the dilemma that the Lions face at #10... we have to stretch for a need.
First round... Miller was the right pick. Him or Alex Barron, that's a need you haven't addressed, RT, that isn't mentioned on draft sites. Stockar McDougle is a free agent and currently the Lions have Kelly Butler starting for them, a sixth round pick who was unimpressive.
Second round... Like the Shazor pick, another possibility, probably a better player was Brodney Pool. They are pretty much equal in value. Good selection.
Third round... Would have gone the same direction. No way Johnson should have fallen that far, great pickup.
Fourth round... Didn't like the pick. Fincher is a good player, I like the guy, but it was a round too early. There were 3rd rounders still on the board. Craphonso Thorpe, Kyle Orton, Lofa Tatupu, Adam Snyder (OT), were better choices there.
For the 6th round... Thopre and Orton will likely be gone, same with Tatupu. Someone like DT Ronald Fields or WR Courtney Roby would be nice picks.
Draft notes in general... The Panthers GM got a steal in Ronnie Brown, I think he goes 2nd overall after his combine. DeMarcus Ware was equally a great pick in the 2nd round. Alex Barron was a great pick at #21. Jammal Brown shouldn't have fallen to the second round. Bryant McFadden was a huge stretch. Reggie Brown was a great pick by the Raiders round 3. Anthony Bryand round 3? Barrett Ruud was a nice selection. Some people were just plain idiots in the 3rd round. Sione Pouha, Adrian McPherson, Travis Daniels? Are you kidding me? Who is John Drake? And the 4th round? Cardinals, fullbacks don't go until round 6.