The San Diego Chargers fired coach Mike McCoy on Sunday after the team’s second consecutive last-place finish. The announcement came shortly after the Chargers lost 37-27 to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West. “Our team's disappointing performance has not matched this team's potential and has fallen short of the demanding standards that we seek to impose throughout our organization,” John Spanos, the Chargers' president of football operations, said in a statement after Sunday’s game. McCoy, who was with the team for four seasons, had one year left in his contract. In another NFL shake-up on Sunday, the 49ers fired coach Chip Kelly and general manager Trent Baalke for poor performance this season.