I guess you didn't celebrate either when they apparently had to stop the game as he took the TD record.
What do you mean by "stop the game"? They stopped the game?
All I saw was a tribute video from Marino being played and Vikings fans cheering. The camera wasn't on the game, but the extra point proceeded. It wasn't some long break in the action.
How often do you see the all time TD record broken? It's not just one of those things that happens, so it's something to be celebrated when it happens.
Besides - your team didn't have to play the Marino video and your fans didn't have to cheer. So take it up with them if there's an issue.
Personally, I don't see what the big deal is. If I was a Vikings fan, I would have cheered him on. At the very least, he's not arrogant or selfish. It's not like Bonds breaking the homerun record. Favre has battled all this time, fought off the retirement talk, played through years he's supposed to be washed up, and is still setting records and has his team at 10-2. I'd think it's easier to set aside rivalries for something like the all time TD record.
If Adrian Peterson ever approaches the yards or TD record for a RB, I'll certainly put aside my rivalry with the Vikings to cheer him on. Of course, a lot could happen in between now and that time to make me hate him, but currently, he doesn't seem like the kind of player that you despise due to arrogance or selfishness. He just goes out and does what he's paid to do. Anyone can admire that.
Same with Favre.