Head coach Brandon Staley and general manager Tom Telesco were fired by the Los Angeles Chargers on Friday, the day after their 63-21 thaw at the hands of the Las Vegas Raiders.

The Chargers made the playoffs last year, but are one of the NFL’s biggest disappointments this season with their 5-9 record after five losses in their last six outings. They slipped to last in the American West after Thursday’s setback.

Those 63 points represent the highest total ever allowed in club history and the 42-point margin is the third-worst in the Chargers.

Staley, whose record at the helm of the Chargers is 24-25, is the third coach to lose his NFL job this season, joining Josh McDaniels of the Raiders and Frank Reich of the Carolina Panthers.

This is the first time since 1998 that the Chargers have made a change during the season.

Telesco had been the club’s general manager since 2013. The Chargers made the playoffs only three times under his reign, going 86-95.