Scoring over there consists of 3 parts...
the questions themselves each worth a certain number of points
An Early bird Bonus, determined by when you last made changes to your answers, given on a curve of some kind...
A Lone wolf Bonus -- In other words, How many people got this right. The fewer people that get a question right, the higher the number of points you gain for that question.
As far as the team statistics, they are always presented in the order that people sign up for the team. When I clean them up, I cut and paste them into excel, get rid of a couple of columns that make them harder to read and then I have Excel sort by Score or Ranking (doesn't matter which). That way they are in order and easy to read.
If you look at the main summary page for your user profile over there, you will see a list of the teams that you are on, then right below that it will say episode 1, episode 2 and so on. If you click on those, you can see how they graded the questions and the exact way that your questions were scored. If you look through that, I bet you'll feel better about the way it works.