"He was a little tender from the game (but) not as bad as before," Reid said. "He was throwing the ball out there."
Vick was sacked four times and took several hard hits during a 26-10 victory at Miami, his first appearance after missing the three previous games after breaking two lower ribs during a Nov. 13 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
"Well, you have to give credit to the defense, particularly on the tipped balls," Reid said. "In some situations, yeah (he's forcing the ball) to get things going. He will tell you that he's trying to make things happen, but he's made a lot of good throws, too."
"He can throw a battleship through a strawberry," Ryan said. "There is only one Michael Vick in this league, a dynamic playmaker, can make all the throws, strong arm and the way he can move is second to nobody."
Vick's top target, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, took part in a limited portion of practice because of his lingering hamstring injury. Maclin returned last week after missing three games with hamstring and shoulder injuries, but he wasn't able to finish out against the Dolphins. Reid said Wednesday that he expects Maclin to play this weekend.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.