If temperature is the average amount of energy and static pressure is the amount of internal energy, wouldn't the static pressure be the same as the temperature?
Agree with Chester. Static pressure is not energy. Neither is PV which, in the case of a gas, is simply the product of two state variables. But the integral of PdV (pressure-volume work) and the integral of VdP (flow work) are energy transfers in the form of work. Internal energy is the sum of internal kinetic and potential energies. Temperature is generally considered average translational kinetic energy and does not include internal potential energy which is the energy associated with position or configuration. Bottom line, static pressure is not the same as temperature.