The tach not moving is only a good indicator on '99-01 trucks. Not conclusive on '02 and later.Probably the cps. The ford replacement isn't great to start with and could have gone bad already.
The tach not moving also points towards the cps. Someone more knowledgeable I'm sure will chime in and confirm or give you someplace else to look.
You may have a biased ICP sensor if you get that high on cranking and still at 222 psi when not cranking. It should drop to near zero when not cranking. Try pulling the wiring connector off the ICP sensor and crank it again. It will light the SES and throw a code, but should start if the sensor is bad. What a biased sensor would do is cause the IPR to dump HP oil pressure (thinking it's too high) to a point where the injectors are only drooling fuel, and not spraying.