Online feedback optimization is a controller design paradigm for optimizing the steady-state behavior of a dynamical system. It employs an optimization algorithm as a feedback controller and utilizes real-time measurements to bypass knowing exact plant dynamics and disturbances. Different from existing centralized settings, we present a fully decentralized feedback optimization controller for networked systems to lift the communication burden and improve scalability. We approximate the overall input-output sensitivity matrix through its diagonal elements, which capture local model information. For the closed-loop behavior, we characterize the stability and bound the sub-optimality due to decentralization. We prove that the proposed decentralized controller yields solutions that correspond to the Nash equilibria of a non-cooperative game.