Okay, so David Otunga & Michael McGillicutty are the tag-team champions. If they're the ones with the belt, one of two things has to happen:
1) They need to be put over by beating someone with some credibility. Having them face Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater wouldn't have been a bad pair to face and have them win over.
They've worked together for a good year now, so I would hope they could give us a good match, they've got a Nexus/Corre angle that could have been used, and out of all the teams they could beat, this would show them as legit threats with the titles. Mind you, this is all with a clean finish.
2) Someone needs to take them out and be put over.
Out of all the teams that could be pushed, my money goes to the Usos. I was at their first televised appearance in Austin, Texas and I remember them having a good energy and chemistry about them.
The Usos were promptly buried to showcase other tag-teams, but lately they've burst out of the gate again, most recently on Smackdown, where they gave Slater and Gabriel a good thrashing and a solid win. They deserve a shot at the belts and a shot at some higher-profile tag teams.
I think Capitol Punishment would have been a good place to either begin Otunga and McGillicutty's run or to give someone else the belts, but alas, it wasn't meant to be. The same could be said about another title...