Over the past several months, WWE has elevated the cachet of the tag titles by having the belts on Team Hell No. Daniel Bryan and Kane are top-level singles stars, and have done a good job as a tag team. Having top-flight workers hold the tag titles makes the belts seem more important, and allows WWE to put tag matches in high profile television and pay-per-view segments.
Having Hell No drop the belts to Rhodes Scholars would keep the belts in a prominent position on the PPV, elevate a new team to the top, and allow WWE to continue the momentum started by Kane and Bryan.
Damien Sandow and Cody Rhodes are good workers with solid gimmicks. Putting the belts on them would allow WWE to continue to place tag matches in top spots on TV and on PPV broadcasts. Since Rhodes Scholars has built up credibility as a team, the cachet of the belts would not be damaged.
This would also give WWE a chance to build up some babyface teams. Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara are rumored to be ready to return to TV, and had built up some credibility as a babyface pair.
With Evan Bourne also set to return soon, and Justin Gabriel missing a partner due to Tyson Kidd's recent knee injury, there's another possibility for a high-flying babyface team to feud with Rhodes Scholars.
Creating credible foes to face an established championship team would put the tag division in a good place for a long time to come.